Social media and the law – three nuggets and one blawger’s tale #ALC2013

1 Feb

I’m posting this from beautiful Edmonton, where I presented at the Alberta Law Conference social media session together with Diane McLeod-McKay (Alberta OIPC, Director, Alberta PIPA) and Doug Jasinski (Skunkworks Creative Group). Thank you to our Chair and warm host, uber-librarian Shaunna Mireau (Field Law). It was a nice balanced session, with a little marketing and communication, a little core privacy and a little “other,” all of which came together nicely to give helpful picture to our lawyer audience.

I was the “other.” My slides are below and deal with (1) the “licensed communicator” concept for governing business use of social media, (2) the social media civil production cases and (3) preservation of social media evidence. I also (as asked) spoke a little about my own blogging experience, an enjoyable first.

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