Social Media Law

Social Media Policies are a necessity for Australian businesses: 3 Tips businesses must know

By on 23 January 2015 in Social Media Law with 0 Comments
Social Media Policies are a necessity for Australian businesses: 3 Tips businesses must know

An independent review of a Queensland government agency and the Fair Work Commission both agree that social media policies are important in the digital economy. A social media policy suggests a more authoritative document than a government department’s ‘social media quick reference guide’. A quick reference guide is not a sufficient exercise in due diligence […]

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How a restaurant owner’s Facebook comment led to ‘Doxxing’

By on 11 November 2014 in Social Media Law with 0 Comments
How a restaurant owner’s Facebook comment led to ‘Doxxing’

A restaurant co-owner received a barrage of abuse on Facebook after he allegedly criticised a vegan customer (and vegans generally) on the business’ Facebook page. Posting critical views about a customer’s dietary requirements and fashion sense  is probably not a way to show you value their custom. The Facebook comments have escalated to a situation […]

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