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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One thought on “Social media, intellectual property and the workplace, is there a gap in the law?”

  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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