30 January 2019
Faking it: The rise of social media impersonators and how you can be protected
Article by Edward Smith, Employed Barrister in the Dispute Resolution department at Payne Hicks Beach, on parody social media accounts and the action that can be taken upon discovering that a social media account has been set-up in your name and is posting fake and/or inappropriate content, first published in eprivateclient on 28 January 2019 and reproduced with kind permission.
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