17a-4 llc Provides Free Social Media Capture Service
By using a hosted version of 17a-4’s DataParser for Social Media schools, financial institutions, government agencies and other regulated institutions can now avail themselves of this free option to capture social media public profiles and other web content into their email archive. (PRWEB) July 24, 2012 … Most regulated institutions have archival systems in place to support the monitoring of textual content, the retention of the data, and the facilities to run legal holds and e-Discovery productions.
SOCIAL MEDIA E-DISCOVERY
Personal Injury Attorney Social Media Marketing Program Offered by Social Media
July 22, 2012 – Social media agency Maximize Social Media LLC announced its social media marketing program today for personal injury attorneys, providing needed support to law firms nationwide.
Mid-Year Report: Legal Cases Involving Social Media Rapidly
As part of our ongoing effort to monitor legal developments concerning social media evidence, we again searched online legal databases of state and federal agencies.
HOT TOPICS IN AUSTRALIAN SOCIAL MEDIA & THE LAW
Get a new perspective on social media
Join us after work on 1 August at the Vibe Hotel in Sydney’s Milsons Point to hear from super connector Iggy Pintado, Switched On Media’s head of social media Hannah Law, and Amelia Zaina, director of Small Business Services at American Express.
YOUTH LEADERSHIP IN SOCIAL MEDIA
The So-Called Arrogance of Gen Y Social Media Managers
So if she had just toned it down a bit, perhaps suggesting that younger people shouldn’t be ruled out for their youth, or that age and experience are different qualifiers in the context of social media, I might actually agree with her. What I believe, firmly, is that the 25-year-old should not be excluded from leadership.
SOCIAL MEDIA USE BY LAW ENFORCEMENT
LAwS Communications Announces ConnectedCOPS Awards Finalists
PR Web (press release)
Quote start The ConnectedCOPS Awards were created with the intent of recognizing the great work being done with social media in six categories, by individual sworn officers and law enforcement agencies.
Officer’s Facebook post sparks uproar
Detroit Free Press
A 2011 survey of 800 law-enforcement agencies conducted by the International Association of Chiefs of Police found that 88 percent of the agencies used social media, mostly for investigations. Almost half of those agencies have a social media policy.
LexisNexis® Risk Solutions today announced the results of a comprehensive survey focused on the impact of social media on law enforcement.
SOCIAL MEDIA AND CYBERSECURITY
Workplace Diversity, Social Media Implications, Cybersecurity
CHICAGO, July 19, 2012 — Ensuring a diverse and inclusive workplace, the implications of social media on law practice and privacy, cybersecurity, and access.