Bradley Shear, adjunct professor of sport management and a lawyer and social media expert, wrote an editorial on Maryland schools’ being weak on digital privacy that was published by the Baltimore Sun (10/11).
Shear was quoted by NBCNews.com for a story (10/12) on social media ownership of friends and followers when a worker leaves their job.
Shear was quoted by Time magazine on social media and privacy issues in a story called, “Jock Police.”
Shear was quoted by the San Jose Mercury News in a story (9/27) on the California law that makes Facebook, Twitter and email passwords private.
Shear was quoted by InformationWeek Security (10/1) on the same California law.
Shear was quoted by Compliance Week (10/10) on how new social media privacy laws raise questions for financial firms.