Naughty, Naughty Blogger: Legal Implications for Blogging
Many are under the impression that the presence of a keyboard and computer monitor offer bloggers and other purveyors of online content a Cloak of Invisibility for their online actions. Not so, my friends. It's imperative that bloggers understand what they are liable for (and the rules for libel), along with about 73 other legal implications that come along with being a blogger. Erika Napoletano, Head Redhead at RedheadWriting, through an entertaining yet educational stroll through online foibles and learn how to:
*Protect Yourself: There is always a way to say what you must...you just have to know how to do it.
*Keep it Clean: From attribution to copyright infringement, just because it's online doesn't mean you can use it.
*Not Turn Out Like These People: 10 people who wish they'd taken this session.
Janet Cullum is a member of the Cooley LLP’s Litigation Group in the firm’s New York office, practicing in the area of intellectual property litigation. Named as one of The Best Lawyers in America for many years in IP & Technology Law, she has been listed in New York Magazine as one of ‘The New York Area's Best Lawyers.' From 2006 to present she has been named annually to the Super Lawyers list.
Erika Napoletano is the Head Redhead at RedheadWriting, a Denver-based online strategies consultancy. Simply said: she keeps companies from looking like assholes online.
Named as one of Colorado’s top online personalities (much to the mainstream’s dismay) by The Denver Post, she’s also Entrepreneur Magazine’s newest columnist, launching in the June 2011 issue. Her client list quietly includes companies from the who’s who of Silicon... Read More →
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