by Drew Olanoff
Social Networking as we know it today may become a thing of the past. In fact, it may already be. Teens and young adults everywhere are turning to their mobile devices as their very own social network and merely using lightweight tools such as texting to network, hang out, and meet new people. Is Facebook already dead to them? Was it ever alive in the first place? The mobile industry has evolved Social networking as we know it today.
by Emilio Nicolas and Stephanie Chandler
The presentation will highlight and discuss the major legal issues that interactive online service providers (e.g., wikis, social networking sites, weblogs, bulletin boards) should be aware of, including cyber-security, privacy concerns, clickwrap agreements, traditional and user-generated content rights clearance, open licensing, fair use, hot news misappropriation, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, the Communications Decency Act, 18 U.S.C. §§ 2257-2257A, internet advertising and monetization, weblog endorsements, and litigation concerns.
11th–15th March 2011