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When Tweets Turn Sour: Avoiding Legal Pitfalls on Social Media

When Tweets Turn Sour: Avoiding Legal Pitfalls on
Social Media
2 hour masterclass, £12-13 per person
When:6-8pm, Wednesday 28th June 2017
Where: NUJ,Headland House, 72 Acton Street,
London, WC1X 9NB
Who for: Anyone using Twitter for PR,
media/journalism or any kind of professional work

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Pressure on journalists to use social media grows daily,
but fast-changing criminal and civil case law makes this
perilous terrain – as Katie Hopkins, Sally Bercow and
George Monbiot have found. Designed for professional
communicators, this masterclass covers up-to-date case
studies of privacy, libel, contempt, as well as copyright
and emerging issues such as information security, and
reputation management.Holly Powell-Jones is a
journalist, media tutor and researcher who lectures on
Media Law and Ethics for Goldsmiths University, London
College of Communication and City, University of London.
She also trains journalists, businesses, charities and
schools on managing the risks of new media and runs a
police-funded project in secondary schools on social
media law and ethics. She is completing a PhD on youth
cyber offending.

Categories: Interested Social Media for Academics

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