Chopra to speak at American Conference Institute's 12th National Legal and Compliance ForumJuly 30-31, 2012
O’Melveny partner Apalla Chopra (CA) will speak at the American Conference Institute's 12th National Legal and Compliance Forum on Privacy & Security of Consumer and Employee Information being held in San Fransisco, CA, July 30, 2012.
Apalla will be speaking speaking on the topic of "Company & Employee Use of Social Media: Using Social Media to Your Advantage While Maintaining Privacy and Protection" at 2:45pm.
Here is what the website says about Apalla's speech:
- Privacy concerns involving social networking sites
- The line between public and private life in the context of social media
- Privacy implications for business use of social media
- Special privacy considerations when dealing with location based data services
- Company use of social media
- How to effectively use social media for business development
- Collecting information via social media and legal pitfalls to avoid
- Employee use of social media
- Balancing social media access for business purpose and restricting personal use
- Concerns of negative impact on the company from employee use of social media
- Regulatory concerns and initiatives
- Criminal history checks
- Credit checks
- Background checks on applicants and employees
- How to craft the right policies and training to alleviate the latest regulatory concerns
- Blogging and social networking policies
- Proper employee training and policy enforcement
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