Stay legal when using social media

Protect your brand in social media

As more companies connect to customers through social, so does the risk of falling foul of the law – damaging reputation and impacting finances. Our recent research study revealed that UK businesses understand the risks involved – but there is a knowledge gap that leaves companies vulnerable.

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With social media litigation increasing, now is the time to get better informed. Download the immediate future social media law guide to discover:

  • What laws and regulations are relevant to social media

  • Why you need to bring your social media policy to life!

  • Guidelines to help you protect confidential information

  • The steps you can take to ensure your competitions and promotions comply with ASA regulations and gaming laws

  • How you might protect ownership of your social media profiles

  • What content you can share and curate without breaking copyright or IP

  • How social activity impacts employment law


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