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Facebook, Blogs, & Internet Use in Government: What’s Legal, What’s Not Webinar Recording Price: 199.00 (U.S. Dollars)
Use of the Internet, texting, emails, blogs, and social networks such as Facebook & Twitter, have become a huge workplace distraction. They also have the potential to create major legal & ethical headaches, while also creating potentially serious security risks to your government agency. Do you have the proper policies in place to effectively and legally manage electronic communications and prevent legal & security risks in your government office? Join us for a 60-minute webinar where you and your colleagues will discover:
- Drafting Online & Social Networking Policies for Government Agencies
- Monitoring Employee Use of the Internet: What's Legal, What's Not
- Specific Government Privacy & Security Risks of Facebook & Other Sites
- What Should the Consequences be for Inappropriate Online Behavior?
This practical 60-minute, webinar will provide you and your colleagues with insightful & useful tips for drafting and enforcing policies governing the use of social networks, the internet, and other forms of electronic communications- and cover the latest development regarding liability and responsibility of government employers with regard to government employee use of electronic communications in the workplace.
- Employee Use of the Internet, Facebook, & Blogs: What Government Should Know
- How to effectively but legally monitor electronic communications
- Posting on matters of "public concern" - how much info is too much?
- Inappropriate online postings & emails- Employee disciplinary precedents
- How to prevent the leaking of confidential government information
- Government Use of Facebook, Blogs, & the Internet: What's Legal, What's Not
- Top mistakes agencies make on social networks & how to avoid them
- How can government benefit from social networks & internet forums?
- What information should NEVER be posted online- no matter what
- Keys to Drafting Electronic Privacy Policies for Your Agency
- How to implement & enforce an effective online & social networking policy
- Government vs. private electronic privacy laws- special considerations
- Specific steps your agency can take to limit risks & liability
- Live question and answer session - Have your specific questions answered by our expert speaker.
Frederick ("Rick") Joyce, is Partner at Venable LLP law firm, residing in its Washington, DC office, and Chair of Venable's Communications Group. He has represented clients in matters involving domestic and international communications regulations and treaties, public and private financial transactions and appellate and civil litigation pertaining to telecommunications.
- Mr. Joyce has written several leading articles on and is a frequent guest speaker on the subject of electronic communications privacy laws. Recently, he has spoken to federal ethics officers on the subject of electronic privacy in the government workplace, and, he was a featured speaker at Valparaiso Law School's symposium on electronic privacy laws in the United States. He has represented a variety of businesses, governmental entities, telecommunications service providers and trade associations on a wide range of electronic privacy issues.
- Apart from electronic privacy matters, Mr. Joyce has represented some of the world's largest Internet service providers, interexchange (long distance) carriers, wireless messaging, cellular and PCS operators, satellite service providers, microwave operators, broadcasters, cable TV service providers, power utility companies and wireless "local loop" carriers. His legal practice focuses on advanced communications technologies and the intersection between Internet based services and traditional communications networks.
Mr. Joyce graduated from George Washington University, magna cum laude, with a dual degree in Broadcast Communications and Political Science, and obtained his Juris Doctor degree from Georgetown University Law Center, where he won the Leahy Prize Cup in appellate advocacy.
This program has been approved for 1 recertification credit hour toward PHR and SPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HRCI homepage at www.hrci.org.
The speaker's PowerPoint presentation slides are included with your audio recording purchase. All materials are accessible through the Internet and can be downloaded as a PDF file.
$199.00 for audio conference recording (CD or DVD) and program materials.
This is an outstanding program and therefore we offer purchasers a Money Back Guarantee. We are so confident that you will find the conference valuable that we offer a 100% money back guarantee from now until 30 days after the audio recording is shipped, making this a risk-free investment. Audio recordings will be received approximately three weeks after the live conference.