Hang The DJ? is a reference guide that gives radio presenters and DJs an overview of the laws of defamation and contempt.
It describes what presenters and DJs can safely say on the radio and what... More > they can read out from newspapers and social media websites like Twitter
and Facebook without getting into legal trouble.
A lack of knowledge of these laws is no defence if you find yourself involved in legal proceedings, so this book includes plenty of real-life examples of things that have gone wrong in the past.
The aim is to give broadcasters the knowledge and
confidence to avoid similar mistakes.< Less
Millions use social networks without realising the potential legal dangers. In the past, only newspapers and other media had to worry about the law.
Now EVERYONE can be a publisher – and... More > needs to be aware of the legal implications of what they write.
People have taken legal action because of what’s been written about them on social networks and blogs.
Twitter Libel – or ‘Twibel’ – is becoming an ever-present danger online.
This book is an easy-to-understand guide to a complex area of the law which is becoming increasingly relevant in the digital age. It
covers the laws of defamation and contempt and also explains what injunctions are and how they work.
When you write on Twitter, Facebook or a blog, your words CAN and WILL come back to haunt you. Protect yourself with the advice you'll find in Twibel.< Less