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Pride 2019, #LoveisLove, And We Mean It
It's Pride month, and we extend our full support to our LGBTQ+ colleagues and clients across the world.
UK
18 Jun 2019
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Your Digital Legacy: New Problems For The Facebook Generation
Facebook announced in April that it is using artificial intelligence to try and prevent notifications being sent to a deceased person's friends and family; an unfortunate automated function
UK
8 May 2019
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Separation And Divorce: Protecting Your Child's Mental Health
The importance of our children's mental health cannot be understated. In the UK, a recent NHS survey revealed that 1 in 8 of the 5 to 19 year olds surveyed met the criteria for at least one mental disorder at the time of interview.
UK
22 Mar 2019
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How A Brand Built Around Lacrosse Launched An Athlete Entrepreneur
Professional athletes are budding entrepreneurs, investors, and business operators.
UK
7 Mar 2019
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Australian Sports Celebrities Owed Thousands After Collapse Of Social Media Start-Up
The company did apparently raise more than $4 million from investors.
Australia
10 Jan 2019
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Understanding Your Child's Online Life
Anyone who has ever tried to wrestle an iPad or phone from the sticky hands of a child, or worse, a grumpy teenager, already knows that time spent online has overtaken television in the hearts and minds of children.
UK
16 Mar 2018
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Do You ‘Like' Libel…? Liability For Libel On Social Media
A Swiss court has found an individual liable in libel for ‘liking' a defamatory posting on Facebook.
UK
20 Jun 2017
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Surf's Up Online – But Is It Safe?
Once there was a time when our mistakes lasted as long as our memories. But today, the internet has become a dominant media channel, and it has a very long (and public) memory.
UK
6 Apr 2017
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Social Media: Anti-Social, Criminal But Also Tolerable
Where once news was obtained from the inky-print of hard copy newspapers and from cracking RP voices over the wireless, today social media is the voice that seems to shout the loudest.
UK
18 Oct 2016
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Pulling A Sickie Can Be Bad For Your Employment Health
A website previously unbeknown to this female media lawyer at least – TheLADbible – came to my attention when one of its stories gained national tabloid currency in the tabloids this weekend.
UK
23 Sep 2016
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The Battle Against Revenge Porn
Last summer we reported on the then new crime of ‘revenge porn' under the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015. A year on, and the CPS has today released figures showing the extent of its successes...
UK
8 Sep 2016
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Fresh And Fragrant Or The Whiff Of Scandal? Protecting Your Personal Brand
During my time as a reputation, privacy and media lawyer, I have helped clients protect, safeguard, remedy and restore their reputations and brands when they have come under attack.
UK
18 Dec 2015
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Data Privacy Concerns For Charities Using US-Based Social Media Sites
A case being considered in the European Court of Justice regarding access to personal data has highlighted the need for charities to be cautious about uploading personal or confidential information on Facebook or other similar US social media sites.
Worldwide
15 Jul 2015
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Dealing With The Press: Top Ten Tips For Legacy Officers
A legacy officer's role can involve difficult disputes with families and strong emotions can be aroused. In such disputes intrinsic human interest – and the risk of accompanying media interest – is always there.
UK
14 May 2015
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New Year, New Reputation
If your New Year’s resolution was to ensure your reputation is not blighted by outdated or excessive material easily available online, now may be the time to act following recent developments with the ‘right to be forgotten’.
UK
31 Jan 2015
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Staying In Control Of Social Networking
According to recent press reports, in an expensive lesson in self-censorship, Courtney Love has paid out more than $430,000 to settle the world's first Twitter libel lawsuit rather than risk facing a jury over tweets in which she allegedly accused the claimant of theft and being a criminal
UK
16 Apr 2011
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