Top 5 Things NOT to Share on Facebook
Drawing the line between what’s okay to share and what’s just too risky to share, the potential impact of the NSA PRISM surveillance program on the private sector and the top 5 things not to share on social media.
Ryan Garcia Associate General Counsel at Facebook talks about the impact of social media usage in the workplace of personal privacy and security.
Ryan has spoken at and chaired numerous social media legal conferences around the country.
He has also been invited to speak on social media legal topics before American Bar Association committees, the Word of Mouth Marketing Association Summit, and the Game Developers Conference.
Ryan frequently blogs about social media legal issues at somelaw.wordpress.com.
New York Times technology columnist David Pogue has called Ryan the funniest Dell lawyer he knows.
- Staying ahead of the legal issues that pertain to enterprise wide social media usage.
- Future proofing corporate social media training programs.
- Challenges of relying on sensational headlines for corporate social media education.
- The lack of attention people pay to the terms of service screens when signing up for online services of downloading apps.
- Risks of content ownership versus granting a non-exclusive, fully paid and royalty-free, transferable, sub-licensable, worldwide license.
- Importance of teaching people about the security and privacy risks of publishing geo-data.
- Discussion of setting limits on setting boundaries of what you share, since “publication is a self-invasion of privacy” as Marshall McLuhan once said.
- The top 5 things not sure on social networks.
- Potential impact of the NSA’s PRISM program on private sector usage of social media.
- What BYOD means for personal privacy and organizational security.
- Mashable CEO Pete Cashmore at SXSW
- NY Times: Those Wordy Contracts We All So Quickly Accept
- Study: Cybercasing the Joint by Gerald Friedland and Robin Sommer [PDF]
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