When tweets go wrong . . .

Every business using social media should get to grips with publishing law and advertising regulations if they are to avoid reputation-damaging incidents.  The reminder follows the news that opinion columnist Katie Hopkins has been refused leave to appeal against a recent High Court libel verdict, where she was found to have published defamatory tweets, or what’s been coined ‘twibel’. Anyone using social media is a publisher, putting information out into the public domain, but unlike newspapers and book publishers, most businesses don’t have a good understanding of publishing law and…

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