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May 21, 2012
by Barbara Yuill
Myspace. Google. Twitter. Facebook. In the past two years, each has been the subject of an enforcement action by the Federal Trade Commission. But that's not all.
May 18, 2012
Congress often lags behind more nimble state legislatures when it comes to
the quick passage of new law on up-and-coming issues. Social media law, it turns
out, is no exception.
Suing a Social Media Company May Be Harder Than You Think
Google+ Drops Real Name Policy
Dealing With the Rise of Digital Assets
Social Media Advisory Board Launches
Will the Right to Be Forgotten Apply to Social Media in the EU?