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In July, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings posted on Facebook that viewing on his company’s site “exceeded 1 billion hours” of videos in June. The stock rose 6.2% on the day of the post. Last week, the SEC sent Netflix notice it may investigate. You can read the Washington Post story here.
Reg FD, or Fair Disclosure, is … Continue Reading
The Houston Chronicle reported today the CFO of Francesca’s was canned because he posted information about the company on Twitter and Facebook.
We have discussed the legality of firing employees for their social media conduct in detail (part one and part two). In short, in at will state like Texas, you can fire someone for a good … Continue Reading
For 99% of us, it really won’t ever be an issue — our social media presence just isn’t that important. Unless your job is to tweet or drive traffic to the company website, your company probably won’t even want your twitter followers who read what you had for lunch or your take on the Republican primary. … Continue Reading
Today, we start a two part series on marketing to minors online.
The law has always sought to protect minors when it comes to commercial transactions. The conventional rule is that someone under 18 cannot bind themselves to a contract. It should, therefore, be no surprise there are special laws about marketing to children on the … Continue Reading