WHAT’S INSIDE
  • 31+ minutes of HD Video
TAUGHT BY
Eric Schwartzman
Eric Schwartzman
Digital Marketing Consultant
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Eric Schwartzman is a Digital Marketing Consultant with special expertise in digital media compliance. He also advises on digital audits, B2B content marketing, B2B SEO, B2B social media marketing, list building B2B email marketing, social media policy development, social media compliance, social media and web development. Schwartzman founded iPRSoftware and is the author of the best selling B2B digital marketing book “Social Marketing To The Business Customer,” the first book on business-to-business applications of social media with a special chapter on SEO For B2B and the Social Media Governance Template. Download a free copy of his vendor neutral 2020 Media Monitoring Buyers Guide.
Privacy Awareness Training for Social Media

Learn about internet privacy, personal privacy rights online and social media privacy issues in this online course

Privacy awareness training for social media is an online privacy training course for employees comprised of situational and cultural awareness training videos.

  • Personal privacy rights of employees when using social media on employer-owned devices
  • Examples of what constitutes a significant intrusion of privacy on a social networks
  • Instances where employers have a right to override the Social Media Privacy Protection Act
  • An employee’s reasonable expectation of privacy on Facebook and other social networks

Avoid Embarrassing Privacy Breaches
Keep the trust of your customers, protect your brand equity by insuring compliance with Federal, State and local laws when employees access social networks. If you’re a health care provider we have a separate privacy training course on HIPAA compliance. If you’re a financial services provider, we have an online privacy training course on SEC and FINRA compliance for you as well.

Curriculum:
1
2:30
Overview
2
1:59
Introduction
3
3:49
Privacy at Work
4
3:06
Common Law Privacy
5
3:02
Intrusion of Privacy
6
3:14
Reasonable Expectation
7
3:15
Invasion of Privacy
8
2:30
Account Ownership
9
4:26
Employer Liability
10
2:30
Protecting Reputation
11
0:54
Wrap Up
Total Runtime: 31:15