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To Monitor or Not to Monitor: Does Your Company Need a Social Media Monitoring Plan?

Washington D.C.

2017 ACC Annual Meeting

This presentation addressed social media monitoring and potential responses for businesses. Information posted through media outlets are publicly available and could lead to significant legal ramifications for companies. Panelists covered examples of cutting-edge companies that actively engage and publicly respond to social media, as well as provide practical tips and best practices for businesses monitoring and/or utilizing social media content.

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