On the interview are two expert compliance professionals and a marketer!  Learn how to approach a compliant yet growth related social media strategy!  Our guest is Ethan Wall Founder of The Social Media Law Firm and Our guest host Kristen Stogniew Saltmarsh, Cleaveland & Gund Towards the end we discuss the elephant in the room, privacy….

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About Ethan

Ethan founded The Social Media Law Firm to provide solutions to social media legal issues for financial institutions. Ethan quickly became widely recognized as an authority on the effect of social media on the law. He authored six books including Fire over Facebook: A Primer on Protected Social Media Activity in the Workplace and Best Practice Guide for Managing Employee Social Media Use. High profile news organizations, including CNN, NPR, and Thomson Reuters have turned to Ethan for commentaries on social media legal issues. Ethan is a highly sought after speaking for banks, credit unions, and financial institution conferences. His next live program on social media financial compliance will be at the Satlmarsh Financial Institution Compliance Funnel on September 22 in Tampa, Florida.

Social Media Law for Financial Institutions

http://thesocialmedialawfirm.com/social-media-law-for-financial-institutions

Social Media Legal Risks for Financial Institutions Blog

http://thesocialmedialawfirm.com/financial-institutions/social-media-legal-risks-for-financial-institutions/

FFIEC Social Media Guidelines

http://www.ffiec.gov/press/Doc/FFIEC%20social%20media%20guidelines%20FR%20Notice.pdf

Social Media Law Firm Social Media Handles

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thesocialmediafirm

Twitter: https://twitter.com/socialmediafirm

Ethan’s Social Media Handles

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ethanwall

LinkedIn: https://www.Linkedin.com/in/EthanWall

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/socialmedialawandorder


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