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5 Legal Consequences of Diving 'All In' on Social Media

Companies and Lawyers Should Begin to Learn the Laws of Individual Platforms Before Trying to Apply National and Local Legal Concepts

Since the possibilities offered by social networks and their reach on consumers are unquestionable, companies must remember that important legal consequences exist between an online presence on social media and on a proprietary website. We look at a few key consequences of going "all in" with social platforms below.


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According to a 2016 study published by Eurostat, the statistical body of the European Commission, 39% of EU companies now use social media to communicate, and three-quarters of these companies are using social media to build their image and to market products.

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