Is your social media breaking the law? 81% not sure

4384901987 a5bdd7a365 Is your social media breaking the law? 81% not sure

Last night we launched our new eBook ‘”UGC and the law”.

Research we conducted with over 200 senior level executives found that brands may be falling foul of laws online with 81% rating their knowledge as only limited to non-existence when it comes to the laws regulating their social media activity.

So we decided  that for the first time someone could pull together all the disparate information and guidance out there and put it into one handy reference eBook.

The eBook is available free to download from profile Is your social media breaking the law? 81% not sure

The book was launched at a glittering event with a few beers at our Central London office. We had a fantastic range of speakers come along:

All of the above contributed to the guide in addition to Dominic Campbell (FutureGov) and Agnes Nairn – a huge thank you to all who helped over the past few weeks.

User-generated content and the law

I attempted to use Cover It Live to capture some of the chat, which you can see displayed below.

Is your social media activity breaking the law?

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10 Responses to Is your social media breaking the law? 81% not sure

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  2. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for putting on the event guys and the fabulous new eBook – I’m still taking in the Google decision in Italy! #ugclaw

  3. Jon M Bishop says:

    Great event last night guys, thanks for putting it on!

  4. Pete Simmons says:

    Thanks for putting this on, great event.

    Pete

  5. AllyLondon says:

    Thanks for putting on the event guys and the fabulous new eBook – I'm still taking in the Google decision in Italy! #ugclaw

  6. temperouk says:

    Thanks all. We think you guys (our clients) pretty much rule at this stuff so it's so encouraging to see you support it – Darika

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