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Social media misconduct

Although the EAT has not yet provided guidance on dealing with social media-related conduct issues, there are some elements of a recent decision that employers can learn from, writes Kevin Poulter

Publishers and the law must work together

In the news there are often cases of so-called ‘revenge porn’, or reports of violent incidents that have happened through an ill-fated meeting on a social media site. Solicitors deal with life when it is at its most troubling and, as we become more accustomed to living in a digital age where technology advances at a ?rapid pace, challenges arise, ?so we must ensure we are equipped with the right tools ?to address them.