Social Media Impact on the Law in Texas

13 June 2010 Internet, IT & e-Discovery Blog Blog
Authors: Peter Vogel

On Tuesday, June 15th I will speak on the “Social Media Impact on Law” at the Dallas Bar Association Franchise & Distribution Section meeting at noon at Belo Mansion. My speech will include the following topics:

  • How Businesses Use Social Media – LinkedIn, Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Yelp, Blogs
  • Search Engines – Google, Yahoo!, Bing, WolframAlpha
  • Privacy and Anonymity
  • Terms of Service Jurisdiction
  • Protecting Domain Names and Trademarks

Please join me at Belo and I welcome comments about my talk.

Kevin O’Keefe Addressed the State Bar of Texas (SBOT) Annual Meeting

Lexblog founder/CEO and good friend Kevin O’Keefe spoke on Thursday, June 10 in Fort Worth at the SBOT Annual Meeting about his favorite topic – “You Online Presence: Getting it Right, Ethically, with Twitter and Other Social Media.” Also my friend and SBOT web manager John Sirman spoke, and you can read more on Kevin’s blog “Real Lawyers Have Blogs.” Kevin has been an outstanding Social Media leader and I greatly appreciate his enthasiam and sage advice.

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