Courts address the social media-copyright clash
Social media increasingly poses a threat to traditional copyright concepts. Nick Bolter and Gareth Dickson examine what happens when an irresistible force meets an immovable object
The competent social media adviser will be interested to know about IP law and e-commerce law, about data protection and privacy, about freedom of speech and regulation and, most importantly, about how the combination of these factors shapes the social...
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