ARAG Informs Social Networks

Dusseldorf, March 2, 2010 social networks and other communications services in the Internet enjoy large and steadily increasing popularity. February 24, 2010 – social networks and other communications services on the Internet are enjoying large and steadily increasing popularity. Read additional details here: David Treadwell. These offers are usually very entertaining, entertaining and offer various ways of communication with new and old acquaintances. However, attention to ARAG experts when using on some of the risks and rules, which should be followed. + Twitter + the short message service is Twitter, which enables the sending of text messages up to 140 characters, currently all the rage, because, for example, many celebrities use this service. So can you follow around easily and at any time, what does Demi Moore on housework while her husband on the couch’s taking a NAP. The current sharing of (text) information, that are available to all followers, is the main feature of Twitter.

Many individuals use this service now, around the world with more or less to provide interesting information about yourself. But here is beware it, especially what you tweeting, because the Internet is not a completely legal vacuum. With bad criticism of the employer or a chat by confidential companies internals you should restrain prefer, since this usually a violation of contractual obligations can be seen. Of course, you should use is also not alien identities, warn ARAG experts. The name is protected by the rights and such presumption of name not allowed. Also you should use better not somebody else’s photos, protected logos or even cartoon characters as profile picture or elsewhere, to be not called off by rights holders and confronted with claims for compensation. In violation of trademark or copyright a whole armada of lawyers is available often already, the culprit to track and collect fees. Like in real life can by themselves of course also in the Internet Expose the insults, slander or other criminally relevant acts of law enforcement by the authorities.