Social Media is emerging as a key tool for online communication and knowledge accumulation. Each month, 30 billion pieces of content are generated and shared on Facebook. On Twitter, over 1 billion messages are posted each week. In one day, over 762,000 thousand new posts and 803,000 comments are posted on WordPress. And, every minute, over 60 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube.
Being able to monitor and mine this wealth of accumulated content has become critical for business and legal purposes. For the use of our clients and colleagues, we have developed a non-comprehensive list of online tools that you may find useful in monitoring and mining content accumulated on social media platforms and on the Internet, generally.
Free Social Media Search Tools:
Paid Social Media Search:
Business social media tools:
Useful General Internet Search Tools:
Francine Esposito was a featured speaker as part of a panel discussion on Privacy Issues at the 2017 Lex Mundi Labor and Employment and Employee Benefits and Pension Practice Group Global Meeting in New York.
Francine Esposito was a featured speaker in an Employment Law Alliance webinar, entitled, "Social Media and the New Workplace: Is Your Brand and Reputation Protected?"
Carrie Webb Olson was featured in a podcast, "On Slants and ‘Skins: Supreme Court may tackle 'offensive' trademarks," in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. In the podcast, she discusses the significance of the recent trademark cases involving The Slants and The Redskins.
Carrie Webb Olson, chair of Day Pitney's trademark practice group, was quoted in an article, "Offensive Trademark Ban Going Down? It Probably Should" in Law360.
Richard Harris was quoted in an article, “3 Tips For Charging Up Your Firm's Social Media Practice,” in Law360. Harris gives Law360 insight on how law firms need to stay ahead of the quickly-evolving legal issues and key cases in the social media space as clients’ demand increases.
Francine Esposito and Daniel Schwartz were quoted in an article, "What Employees Can Legally Say on Facebook—and Get Away With," in Corporate Counsel. The two were quoted in connection with how the National Labor Relations Board acts as arbiter in issues between employees and companies. They offer best practices for employers to advise employees on acceptable social media behavior.
Day Pitney was mentioned in an article, “Boutiques, Smaller Firms Set Pace For Social Media Law,” in Law360. The article is about the increase in demand for social media –related legal counsel and mentions Day Pitney’s social media task force within its intellectual property and technology group.