How the business’s online presence is created, whether through the formation of a website and/or social media account(s), is at the discretion of the business owners. Creating an online presence for your company through a social media site such as Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn, or creating your own website effectively advertises your business before a large audience.
While mostly always beneficial to our daily lives, the integration of new technology into everyday activity has also raised quite a number of legal concerns. Let’s say a business competitor of yours places a GPS tracking device on the bottom of your vehicle and keeps track of your location as you travel from place to place.
In this issue of The Legal Pad, we discuss ‘Using GSP Tracking Devices in the Business Context | An Interesting Twist’, ‘Who Owns Your Company’s Social Media Presence?’, ‘Who Owns Your Company Website?’ and ‘Which Minority Interest Provides Better Protection?’