Companion guide for SMLR Workshop, Social Media Workshop for Labor Activists, April 26, 2013. This guide will also be useful to labor groups at the first (or second) step towards developing a social media strategy.
Citing sources isn't just important in academic writing. Bloggers must also be sure to refer their readers to the sources of any ideas or facts that are not their own opinions. This website provides a brief explanation of intellectual property law and how bloggers can avoid violating it.
An introduction to the types of legal issues that can arise for companies and employees regarding social media, including intellectual property, employment, defamation, and privacy matters, written by the Maiello Brungo & Maiello law firm.
A New York Times article explaining the recent ruling of the National Labor Relations Board which states that employees have the right to vent about their employers using social media, as long as they are doing so in an attempt to improve work conditions.
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