Created 08/17/2012 - 9 months ago
Twitter users should ask themselves if they would be happy to see their tweets reported in the paper, says Dina Shiloh.
RT @Puffles2010: "The law is playing catch-up on Twitter" http://t.co/O7rhCa5K one for legal tweeple @LegalAware
RT @PRO_Corporate: Dina Shiloh, Privacy lawyer @Mishcon_de_Reya discusses how the law is playing catch-up on #twitter http://t.co/K4nA8BXw via @TelegraphTech
Twitter is changing the way a generation speaks. @AnaghaHanumante, don't you agree? Hashtag, Obvs. Good Read. http://t.co/K2BpuZbO
“@TweetSmarter: http://t.co/G3Eu2kNI” what goes on net stays on & is public. Don't understand why people don't. True earliest days of net
RT “@TweetSmarter: The law is playing catch-up on Twitter http://t.co/qHys8VfY” - Totally agree. On spot.
The law is playing catch-up on Twitter. How a "silly joke" turned in to a criminal conviction http://t.co/h4zUVIKH #Twitter #Law #BigBrother
RT @IrritableTech: Tweets are broadcasts. RT @esafetyadviser: RT @TelegraphTech: The law is playing catch-up on #twitter http://t.co/1UFFjgF7 #esafety
Sound words will fall on many deaf thumbs “@Letter_oftheLaw: Is the law catching up with #Twitter users? http://t.co/ThwMPDSf”
The law is playing catch-up on Twitter: Twitter users should ask themselves if they would be happy to see their ... http://t.co/YEil5PJf
#SocialMedia2SpinBy: The law is playing catch-up on Twitter http://t.co/NlrMD4mb RT @karldetkenprodj #socialmedia #law
Twitter is a form of broadcasting. Can or should the law curtail #freedom of tweet speech? http://t.co/mMQOiFPA