Social Media Policies for Summer Camps : Article by Brett Pugach

03.17.2014

Brett Pugach, an Associate in the firm’s Labor Law Practice Group, has published an article in the trade magazine Camp Business. Entitled “Facebook Friends,” the piece outlines the importance of social media for camps for the purposes of fundraising and recruiting, in addition to the potential liabilities associated with social media in the forms of cyberbullying and inappropriate photos or comments. Mr. Pugach advises that each camp should develop a rational social media policy which fits its individual character and needs, balancing the important rewards of social media with the legal and practical risks. The full article may be found on pages 70-73 at this link (Article courtesy of Camp Business magazine).

   

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