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Updated: 2013-04-05T16:18:43.234+00:00

 



For the PR practitioner, one should not rely on th...

2007-04-05T12:37:00.000+00:00

For the PR practitioner, one should not rely on the law alone. Often it is far too blunt an instrument. Far far better if the practitioner is to be aware of, and develops risk analysis and response to resolve, such issues.

Of course, this does mean that the practitioner has to stand up to the lawyers.



You're right that the lawyers will get rich. At th...

2007-04-05T12:00:00.000+00:00

You're right that the lawyers will get rich. At the recent IPRRC conference in Miami, Sam Terrilli and colleagues from the University of Miami presented a paper on Corporate Blogs. To quote "One may not assume that blogs, though appealing as public relations tools, are protected First Amendment speech, partially protected commercial speech or even third-party independent speech without a specific analysis of the form and content of each and an assessment of established legal principles". Although they were referring to the US situation, most of the legal principles apply widely. In summary, blogs with even remote links to a corporate entity are in the firing line.