The world working from home has led to many people interacting with others over the internet through (now very well-known) applications such as Zoom. This session examines the copyright issues and implications of this new normal way of working and interacting, with an emphasis on the education sector.
The world working from home has led to many people interacting with others over the internet through (now very well-known) applications such as Zoom. But what is and is not allowed to be shared, in online meetings, in online classrooms and in online life generally? This session examines the copyright issues and implications of this new normal way of working and interacting, with an emphasis on the education sector.
Any business should stay ahead of emerging trends and different ways of doing business. This is particularly true of the post-COVID world when much of business life is now lived online. There are pitfalls in running courses, training and offering business presentations online through new technologies – people forget about the copyright implications which can leave a business exposed.
This course explains the how, what, why and when.
During this course you will:
This programme has been specifically designed for those who deal with business in any way:
Mark Weston is a Partner at Hill Dickinson LLP where he is Head of Information Technology, Intellectual Property and Commercial. His practice covers all areas of commercial law and he has a wealth of industry experience having worked in-house at Hewlett Packard. He regularly appears on BBC1 and Sky News as a legal commentator.
We don't have any currently scheduled dates for this course but we can customise it to your requirements and deliver it on an in-house basis for any number of your staff or colleagues.
Contact our in-house training expert Aleksandra Beer to discuss your requirements: