Who owns that tweet? Ownership of social media content created in the workplace

The Canadian Bar Association

Social media channels like Twitter and LinkedIn are now staple elements of many organizations’ external communications strategies. Exactly who owns these corporate accounts and the content broadcast through them are issues partner Lisa Talbot and associate Sarah Whitmore address in article “Who owns that tweet? Ownership of social media content created in the workplace”. The article, published through the Canadian Bar Association, offers recent examples of U.S. litigation related to social media ownership and best practices for organizations with employees who use social media for work purposes.

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