Podcast Detailed Outline
(Running time: 57 minutes 31 seconds)
- 7 social media myths that must be shattered.
- New U.S. Supreme Court classification of social media
- Why getting rid of the attorney myth is so important
- Understanding the risks of using model social media policies
- How social media is a different liability exposure
- Why courts mandate training for all employees
- Courts new position on small organizations using social media
- The impact of expert training on your policy
- How the Liverman and Costco cases impact your policy.
- Part I Review
(Running time: 49 minutes 30 seconds)
- 3 key legal strategies that insulate your policy from lawsuits
- How to write a strong Purpose Section
- Why a Policy Intent section is so important in your overall policy
- How to make your Definition Section of your policy powerful
- Writing a good Applicability Section in your policy
- How to avoid the trap-door of vague policy language.
- Writing your social media policy to mirror your operational realities
- How to prioritize social media policy issues.
- The benefits of using statutory language in your policy
- Writing First Amendment policy language that holds up in court
- The importance of libel, libel by implication, and retweeting policies
- What specific policy language to use regarding privacy issues.
- Part II Review
(Running time: 1 hour 16 seconds)
- Why a General Assumption Section can make or break your policy.
- How to write a clear policy statement on your sponsored social media
- The importance of a Privacy Authorization Section in your policy
- Formulating a policy section on public records and corporate records
- Developing an ownership of data policy section
- Drafting a policy section on prohibited speech that holds up in court
- How to write a solid section on reporting prohibited section
- Designing an airtight Text Message section
- Why a policy section on Gifts, Games, And Apps is critical
- Writing a solid policy section on Recording Devices
- Drafting the best Personal Device section
- How to draft a blocking and deleting section that holds up in court
- The beauty of the severability clause
- The importance of a disclaimers clause
- Don't overlook the power of the acknowledgement clause
- How to draft clear-cut harassment and discrimination policy language.
- What copyright and trademark issues must be addressed in your policy.
- How to write an airtight paragraph on blocking and deleting comments.
- Understanding Section 230(c) of the Communications Decency Act
- You must include new American Disabilities Act language in your policy.
- Policy III Review
- Final remarks