Linklaters Insights: EU – Update on the proposed General Data Protection Regulation
19 February 2014
Social media has become an established part of our personal and, increasingly, professional and corporate lives. However, the reach and permanence of social media communications have generated a number of novel legal issues.
For example, valuable assets such as contact lists become much harder to protect in a social media world, and conduct that might be low risk off-line may carry material legal risks once put in a social media environment.
The full article is available on the Linklaters website.