Last week I spoke on a panel at the 2nd annual Social Media Summit hosted by Harrisburg University. The Summit featured many great speakers from around the country, including many noted authors, entrepreneurs, and professors.  I was asked to participate on a panel called “Social Media and Intellectual Property Issues.” The panel featured a lively discussion of intellectual property issues raised by social media from the perspectives of users, business, and marketers. The audience asked some excellent questions. Of course, with social media there is a practically infinite number  of intellectual property issues that can arise. There may not be answers yet for every question or potential situation, but there certainly is some guidance and best practices. 

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Harrisburg University's 2011 Social Media Summit

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