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New Guidance On Social Media Disclosures – FTC Updates Endorsement Guide FAQs
Will that serum make my skin glow, too? Is [influencer] being paid to post that? Is that a genuine customer review?
Canada
10 Nov 2017
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"Roskomnadzor Is Informing": State Protocols For Website Blocking
Headlines such as "[Website] Blocked in Russia" have become increasingly common in recent years with the restriction of thousands of torrent and pirated websites...
Russian Federation
6 Oct 2017
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LinkedIn Unlinked In Russia
Roskomnadzor is the Federal State executive body responsible for supervising all media in Russia, including what appears on the internet.
Russian Federation
15 Dec 2016
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Social Media Contests: Essential Tips For Advertisers
More than ever before, legal and marketing teams must work together to navigate a social media sphere that is littered with legal landmines.
Canada
19 Oct 2016
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Risk To Reward Seminar Series: Advertising Through Social Media - Video
The rise of digital marketing and social media has provided a tremendous opportunity for businesses to engage consumers.
Canada
27 Sep 2016
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Drug Advertising In The Context Of Social Media
Both in the U.S. and in Canada, advertising of prescription pharmaceutical products is highly regulated and can raise various challenges, which are heightened in the context of social media.
Canada
25 Jan 2016
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Nova Scotia's Cyberbullying Legislation A "Colossal Failure," Declared Unconstitutional
The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia has declared the Cyber-safety Act, Nova Scotia's controversial cyberbullying legislation, to be unconstitutional.
Canada
19 Jan 2016
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Be Warned: Online Forum Selection Clauses May Oblige You To Litigate Abroad
The decision in Douez v. Facebook, Inc., provides some comfort to online businesses that rely upon forum selection clauses in their online contracts.
Canada
5 Jul 2015
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Your Facebook Page Might Not "Like" This
Facebook has announced the two following important updates to its Platform Policies, which take effect on November 5, 2014.
Canada
1 Oct 2014
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When The Skeletons In The Closet Start To Rattle...! (Video Content)
A discussion on background checks, credit checks, misrepresentations on resumes, disciplining for off-duty conduct, employee conduct on social media and managing the immigration implications.
Canada
18 Feb 2013
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Are You Compliant? Online Behavioural Advertising In Canada, The U.S., And Europe
Online behavioural advertising has become a hot topic for social media and Internet advertisers over the last few years.
Canada
3 Jan 2013
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Is There Privacy For Workplace Computers?
Gowlings partner Duncan Boswell discusses the recent Supreme Court of Canada decision in R. v. Cole, which reaffirmed that employees are entitled to a reasonable expectation of privacy with regard to workplace computers.
Canada
20 Nov 2012
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Costly Influence Of Social Media: Plaintiff Agrees To Pay Defendant’s Legal Fees Despite Court Ruling To The Contrary
One may say that the court of public opinion has found its voice in the rise of social media, and its influence should not be underestimated.
Canada
15 Aug 2012
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Records Management @ Gowlings: October 17, 2011
Plaintiff was involved in two car accidents in respect of which he claimed he had suffered head and neck injuries which caused him loss of enjoyment of life.
Canada
20 Oct 2011
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Facebook And Workplace Privacy: New Developments And Implications For Businesses
Given the ubiquitous nature of social media and the ease with which information can be created and shared, social networking sites, like Facebook and Twitter, are one of the fastest growing areas of concern for employers.
Canada
1 Feb 2011
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Facebook and Workplace Privacy: New Developments and Implications for Businesses
Given the ubiquitous nature of social media and the ease with which information can be created and shared, social networking sites, like Facebook and Twitter, are one of the fastest growing areas of concerns for employers.
Canada
10 Jan 2011
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