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Was ist Social Media Law?

Social Media Law encompasses the legal issues arising from the use of social media platforms. This area of law is constantly changing and evolving as technology advances, making it essential for individuals and businesses to stay up-to-date with terms of service, privacy policies, defamation, intellectual property rights, cyberbullying, data protection, and other regulations. The widespread use of social media has led to an increase in litigation, making it imperative to understand the potential legal consequences of one's actions on these platforms. It is vital for both social media users and companies to seek legal advice on how to navigate these complex legal issues.

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