What do you do when a comment appears on your social media feed that’s contrary to your agency’s values or ignites controversy with the public? Do you know what you can (and cannot) post during a crisis, like a pandemic or civil unrest? Knowing how the First Amendment applies to your social media can protect you from a lawsuit, legal fees, and damages.
In this recorded webinar, Mark Weaver discusses how you can mitigate the inherent risks that come with having an online presence. This won’t be dry legal humdrum – expect funny, real life examples that will optimize your social media strategy!
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Mark Weaver is an attorney and government communications expert with three decades of experience across the country. Starting his career as a city public information officer, he rose to become a communications director with the Pennsylvania House of Representatives and then spokesman for the United States Department of Justice in Washington.
After working as a national communications consultant in D.C., he accepted an appointment as the Deputy Attorney General of Ohio, where he managed all the communications and web staff for that office. He has worked with a wide array of public & private sector clients on PR, media relations, social media, and crisis communications. And he has lectured around the country on a variety of communications, legal, and social media topics.
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