Individuals or organisations in journalism, the media, publishing, the arts or entertainment at a personal, local, national or international level (consumer or business to business)
- Recent court cases on social media
- Who’s responsible for what you say in a Tweet, on Facebook or on your blog?
- Controlling your output without stifling the conversation
- Defamation, especially distinguishing between reporting disputes and taking sides
- When is a comment a breach of confidence or privacy?
- How to review a product and stay on the right side of the law
- Free debate and contempt of court – when your Tweet might land you in court
- Humour and opinion in the digital world
- A look forward to the future possible social media legal and ethical landscape
- Exercises and opportunities for Q&As throughout
- Post workshop mentoring and feedback available (extra fee payable)
Location: NCTJ offices, Newport, Essex, but it can also be delivered as an in-house course
Date: To be set according to delegates' needs
Cost: £275 plus VAT per delegate
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