EPS 20 - SOCIAL MEDIA INVESTS. LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS W/ MARK FIEDELHOTZ, ESQ.
Play • 49 min

On this episode of PI MAGAZINE – THE PODCAST, publishers Jim Nanos and Nicole Cusanelli speak with Mark Fiedelhotz, Esq., founder of Legally Safe Social Media (legallysafesocialmedia.com) about serveral aspects of social media investigations.  The three focus on the legal exposure and potential liability investigators may face when doing social media investigations and including their finding in their reports.  Mark speaks about available training and his collaboration with the National Associal of Legal Investigators (NALI.com) and how that came to be 

PI Magazine Social Media Pages

https://twitter.com/PImagazineUSA 

https://www.linkedin.com/company/pi-magazine-inc-/about/

https://www.facebook.com/PIMAGAZINEUSA/

 

Mark Fiedelholtz, Esq.
Phone: 954-748-7698

Website: legallysafesocialmedia.com

Email: mark@newsocialmedialaw.com

13506 Summerport Village Parkway, 

#118

Windermere, FL 34786

 BIO

 Mark Fieldholtz is a Social Media Attorney and the developer of Legally Safe Social Media.com This is a training course for investigators in the Private and Public Sector which teaches how to avoid social medial liability when utilizing social media as part of an investigation. 

 ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS

 ·        Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, American University, Washington D.C.

·        Masters Public Administration, American University, Washington, D.C.

·        Juris Doctorate, St. Thomas Law School, Miami, FL

·        Member of the Florida Bar

 PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE

 ·        Digital Media Law Trainer For 30 Years

·        Television Anchor At Network Affiliates

·        Former White House Television Reporter

·        UPI Award Winner For Best Documentary

  Knowledgeable and Passionate Trainer

 The big difference between my specialized training and other social media investigation programs, is that I shift the focus from collecting social media and opens source evidence to communicating the evidence to third parties without liability. Although investigators can strike gold with social media evidence in establishing relationships or verifying alibis and timelines, there are many hidden trapdoors. I give investigators new skills to navigate these trapdoors by identifying and eliminating or disclaiming “high risk” evidence prior to communicating investigative summary reports to clients, law enforcement, news media, and other third parties.

More episodes
Search
Clear search
Close search
Google apps
Main menu