social media law

Social Media Policy – Do we really need one?

23rd January 2023|Social Media law|

Social media is essentially the online community where your customers, partners, suppliers, and stakeholders camp out to share information, promote products and services, and exchange opinions and experiences (possibly about your organisation). As an organisation, you must recognise the limits and risks of social media, and how it can affect your brand, public image, and


Online Gaming – the risks and dangers

15th April 2021|ICT Law, Social Media law|

Gaming online is not new; it’s actually been around since the 1960s. However, new technology and high-speed internet connections have certainly helped playing online games like Call of Duty and Fortnite become the popular hobby it is today. Online gaming can also refer to online gambling, for example, casino-like games, lotteries, and betting on sporting


Social media and the employer-employee relationship

3rd June 2020|ICT Law, Social Media law|

Social media and the employer-employee relationship With the government effectively creating a temporary criminal offence to fight the spread of fake news and misinformation about COVID-19 on social media and online platforms, a lot of questions have arisen relating to employers’ risks when their employees use social media in such a way that the employer


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