Case Summary: Facebook suspends Donald Trump’s account
This article was originally written for and published on LexisNexis. Published 1 June 2021 The Facebook Oversight Board (the board) announced in May 2021 that it upheld Facebook’s decision to temporarily suspend Trump’s account following content he posted during the US Capitol riots on 6 January 2021,
Facebook and a Biden Presidency
I was recently interviewed by Jason Murdock, a reporter for Newsweek, for his article, "What Could Happen to Facebook Under a Joe Biden Presidency, and Should Zuckerberg Be Worried?" In this post, I expand on the quotes I provided in that article regarding section 230
Fighting words: Defamation law in England, explained
Defamation laws - to include slander and libel - seek to protect someone's personal reputation and character from destructive attacks. However, these laws must do so without sacrificing freedom of thought and the benefit of public discussion. How is this managed under English law?
Is someone stealing your Instagram posts?
Here are 10 things to know about copyright infringement on Instagram and other social media platforms
The NFL Takes a Knee: an Update for the Black Lives Matter movement
American football boss admits that it was wrong to censure players who kneeled during the playing of the national anthem as a protest against police brutality and racism. From a legal perspective, it is absolutely essential for employers and brands to constantly keep any codes