Quite simply, this is a mind-blowing guest lecture from one of our most thought-provoking faculty, Deborah Gonzalez. This guest lecture exposes the deep and dark underbelly of the online world, the full, often-ignored exposure you have when you not only conduct business online, but are online for pleasure. This jam-packed two part guest lecture will have you thinking about things the majority of you have never even considered every time you turn on your computer, laptop, tablet and smartphone. And when you think about the impact on your practice, your clients and your livelihood, you will start to make (sometimes painful) changes to how you conduct yourself online.
Some topics we will discuss include:
- Setting the Context
- Mobile, Apps & BYOD
- Reputational Risk
- Big Data
- Content Management/Marketing
- Who and what makes you vulnerable?
- What can you do to protect yourself, your clients and your livelihood?
The audio is about 61 minutes. Listen directly below
Deborah Gonzalez, Esq. is an attorney and the founder of Law2sm, LLC, a legal consulting firm focusing on helping its clients navigate the legal and security issues relating to the new digital and social media world. Deborah is the co-developer of the Socially Legal Audit® tool that assists a company to ensure that their online activity is in line with state laws, federal laws, and regulatory compliance. She is a sought after speaker, content contributor, and news commentator.
She teaches three courses at Solo Practice University® – “Social Media & the Law”, “Intellectual Property” and “Digital Legal Horizon”.
Deborah speaks frequently on the legal issues relating to intellectual property; art, music, and digital entertainment law; and social media legal trends and practices in various venues throughout the United States and abroad. Connect with Deborah: LinkedIn / Twitter / Facebook / Blog / Website
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