The network effect has changed both our professional and private lives and has many wonderful, as well as many extremely risky effects. Many of these risks stem from the social medium itself, and many others from the fact that the lines between our professional and private lives are disappearing. Like all the tech-oriented areas we work in, social media has serious ethical and moral questions to resolve, such as cyberbullying, censorship or ownership matters, not to mention data protection implications. While advising our clients working in the field, KassaiLaw raises their attention to many practical issues and provides legal solutions therein by answering questions like who owns a TikTok video and how can I use it? Can I draw on youtube videos? How to share others’ posts with an economic purpose? Real life produces endless scenarios and legally interpreting them according to the frameworks we have to date is our daily routine.

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