PPS15-DC_Web_300x250_CareerCentral_FINAL
PPC_CIPM_300x250.FINAL-01
Certification_Ad_300x250final-01

The Telegraph explores the issue of just how private those online posts are in examining the case of a Department for Transport employee whose "series of embarrassing tweets" have been found to be public and thus fair game for newspaper reports. The comments, which were republished by two newspapers, prompted her to contact the Press Complaints Commission (PCC), stating she had a "reasonable expectation of privacy" when she made the comments on social networking site Twitter. The PCC, however, disagreed "As more and more people make use of such social media to publish material related to their lives, the commission is increasingly being asked to make judgments about what can legitimately be described as private information," said PCC Director Stephen Abell.
Full Story

0 Comments

If you want to comment on this post, you need to login

Related