Blogging and Tweeting without Getting Sued: A Global Guide to the Law for Anyone Writing OnlinePaperback
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- Publisher: Allen & Unwin
- Format: Paperback | 240 pages
- Dimensions: 128mm x 194mm x 22mm | 222g
- Publication date: 1 October 2012
- Publication City/Country: St Leonards
- ISBN 10: 1742378773
- ISBN 13: 9781742378770
- Sales rank: 99,557
What you post on a blog or tweet to your followers can get you arrested or cost you a lot of money in legal battles. This practical guide shows you how to stay out of trouble when you write online.
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Mark Pearson is a professor of journalism at Bond University, and co-author of The Journalist's Guide to Media Law. He is a correspondent for Reporters Without Borders and has been published in the Wall Street Journal, the Far Eastern Economic Review and The Australian...Blog: journlaw.com; Twitter: @journlaw; Facebook: Journ Law
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Table of contents
Preface..Introduction..1 Down to basics: the legal risks of going global in a flash..2 Cyberlibel and reputational damage online..3 See you in court ...4 Identity, anonymity and deception..5 Privacy and security..6 Confidentiality in a medium with few secrets..7 The fine line between opinion and bigotry..8 Copycats and corporate capers..9 Big Brother and you: censorship hotspots and security laws..Resources: Read all about it!..Notes