Don't Film Yourself Having Sex
In the digital age you can get into serious legal trouble at the click of a button. The shift from passive Internet user to active digital citizen has brought about unprecedented levels of online interaction, creation and connecting. But as people begin to share more and more about themselves and their lives on social media, they are finding themselves getting into trouble for what they say and do online. Emma Sadleir and Tamsyn de Beer, who together run one of South Africa's leading social media law consultancies, point out the social traps and legal tangles that you could find yourself facing as you navigate the murky waters of the digital age. In a fun, witty and easily accessible way, this ground-breaking book details the legal, disciplinary and reputational risks that you, your company and your children face online. By outlining the laws and rules applicable to what you do and say on social media, and providing practical and common-sense advice, Don't Film Yourself Having Sex ultimately shows you that in order to reap the extraordinary benefits of digital technology without succumbing to its risks, you need to start practising responsible digital citizenship.
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