Content Creation: Know Your Rights, Keep It Legal

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Q: What’s more painful than having to pay $8000 dollars for image copyright infringement penalties? A: Being sued for $150,000 dollars. Not too long ago I was asked by someone if they could re-use an image that I had used in a recent blog post. Without thinking twice, I said yes — as long as… Read more »

Social Media in the Legal Classroom

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Paul Drury teaches EU law at Sunderland University in the UK, is writing a textbook on the subject, and publishes the Students’ Guide to #EU Law in Action on Paper.li. He uses it inside and outside the classroom as a way of keeping himself and his students up to date on European legal matters. Tell… Read more »