Social media, intellectual property and the workplace, is there a gap in the law?

I gave a speech earlier today at the Law Society Special Lectures on Employment Law and the New Workplace in the Social Media Age. My talk was entitled,  “Is There a Gap in Intellectual Property Law?”  My slides are shown below.

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  1. Your right there gap between, intellectual property. This law has to strictly follow by the people, great knowledge you shared with us, thanks for the article.

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