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SOCIAL MEDIA MISCONDUCT (Part 1)

What is Social Media? It is various forms of electronic communication where online communities share information.

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SOCIAL MEDIA MISCONDUCT (Part 2)

In December 2013, when Justine Sacco, a PR Executive for IAC in New York, boarded a plane for South Africa she had no idea that her tweet would be the subject of a media storm when she landed.

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SOCIAL MEDIA MISCONDUCT (Part 3)

What is Twitter? A Tweet is an expression of a moment or idea.

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SOCIAL MEDIA MISCONDUCT (Part 4)

Let’s Dive In and Consider The Exponential Component Of Exposure Facebook is the world’s largest social networking platform.

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SOCIAL MEDIA MISCONDUCT (Part 5)

THE ANSWER IS: YOU NEED TO CLICK WITH COMPASSION!!! “If twenty-seven years in prison have done anything to us, it was to use the silence of solitude to make us understand how precious words are and how real speech is in its impact on the way people live and die”.

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SOCIAL MEDIA MISCONDUCT (Part 6)

Q: What’s the cornerstone of an employment relationship? A: Trust! When the company says that there is a breach of trust, the company believes that the employment relationship is tethered and unfixable.

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SOCIAL MEDIA MISCONDUCT (Part 7)

FOOD FOR THOUGHT •Who owns your LinkedIn profile especially when your employer encourages you to use it? Unlike Facebook, LinkedIn is designed for the purpose of professional networking.

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SOCIAL MEDIA MISCONDUCT (Part 8)

Facebook rant considered in context Value Logistics fired Lynn Robertson for stating: “Amazing ladies, I have been retrenched … 20 years and now good bye, no prior notification.

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SOCIAL MEDIA MISCONDUCT (Part 9)

MAPTERBATION!!! 13 October 2015 wasn’t a Friday but may have been for Maps Maponyane who tweeted: “I just read that the word ‘Xhosa’ is derived from the Khoisan language and means ‘angry men’.

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SOCIAL MEDIA MISCONDUCT (Part 10)

THIS IS HOW TO TWAR Prime Circle pitted Nandos and Spur against each other by Tweeting the picture which showed Nandos branded butter served at Spur on a Spur branded plate.

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SOCIAL MEDIA MISCONDUCT (Part 11)

We the people demand Dismissal!!! Gareth Cliff wrote: “People really don’t understand free speech at all”.

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SOCIAL MEDIA MISCONDUCT (Part 12)

WhatsApp vs Copyright WhatsApp is the most used messaging application in 109 countries.

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SOCIAL MEDIA MISCONDUCT (Part 13)

Are you working in a gig economy? YOU WORK IN A GIG ECONOMY – WHEN: The work you perform is ad hoc; Your environment is technologically driven; Usually with temporary and short term appointments.

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SOCIAL MEDIA MISCONDUCT (Part 14)

Have you considered the law regulating social media misconduct.

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