- Privacy at Work
- Common Law Privacy
- Intrusion of Privacy
- Reasonable Expectation
- Invasion of Privacy
- Account Ownership
- Employer Liability
- Protecting Reputation
- Wrap Up
Protect your privacy rights on social media
Social networks may be the fastest way to relay information, but the byproduct of all that sharing is information that can be used against you in a lawsuit or investigation.
Learn how to protect your right to privacy, how to recognize and prevent an intrusion or invasion of privacy, what’s considered a reasonable expectation of privacy, how to determine who lawfully owns a social media account and what types of information others can prevent you from sharing online.
Keep the trust of your customers, clients and coworkers. Protect your reputation and your brand by learning how privacy laws apply to online social networking.
We offer separate HIPAA, SEC and FINRA compliance courses for health care and financial services providers.
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About the instructors
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B2B Growth Marketing Advisor
I help clients grow revenue online through B2B growth marketing initiatives using my own, proprietary organic growth framework.
I led the center for digital innovation at Howard Industries, a $1B B2B, launched 2 SaaS start-ups and did integrated marketing for entertainment, media and tech clients at one the world's largest PR Agencies.
I’m a best-selling author of Social Marketing to the Business Customer. Some of the organizations I've advised are Boeing, Cirque du Soleil, City National Bank, Hard Rock Casinos, Johnson & Johnson, Korn Ferry, Lucasfilm, US Dept. of Defense, US Dept. of State, Inter American Development Bank.
My complete library of self-paced, online digital marketing, compliance and security training courses have been taken by nearly a quarter million people worldwide on Udemy and at my own website.
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yes it is. understanding of privacy in what we share on social media