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The latest News Session: fake news, online hate speech & the regulation of social media

Posted on 01 August 2019

How can we enjoy the benefits of social media whilst protecting our privacy and reputation online? Whose responsibility is it to prevent the spread of fake news and online hate speech?

Mishcon de Reya's Head of Communications Hayley Geffin hosts the latest News Session with Head of Reputation Protection Emma Woollcott and Managing Associate Alexandra Whiston-Dew. They discuss how the use of social media is regulated, and what businesses and individuals can do to avoid reputational fallout online.

The News Sessions look at the latest legal headlines, providing insight into the most pressing matters when they are most relevant. Short segments of this recording will be featuring on our Jazz Shapers programme, broadcast at 9am every Saturday on Jazz FM, throughout the summer. 

Listen to our previous News Sessions on Cryptocurrency and the rise of Bitcoin, The Gig economy and Getting to grips with GDPR.

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