Tuesday, 28 April 2020

Yair Cohen ask Is there going to be a kickback for parents who share children images on...

How many of us give a second thought to the potential consequences of breaching the privacy of our children by posting their images and other private information on social medial?
The reality is, that social media law is tepidly being development and most of the recent developments are an enhancement of current law. The law of privacy, for example, protects individual's right to private life but because the courts have not had the opportunity yet to address the question of parents' liability for breaching their children's right to privacy by posting their images on social media, we are yet to find out whether this common activity by parents is in fact unlawful.
Listen to this interesting podcast with lawyer Yair Cohen.

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