In this episode of #HighlySoughtAfter, I had a chat with Fong Weili, a well-known lawyer here in Singapore. Wei Li represents and advises influencers, public figures and companies on online issues like privacy, defamation and how they can avoid getting into trouble on social media. He’s also the managing director at Forward Legal and an adjunct faculty at Singapore Management University’s School of Law.
In this episode, he’s going to address the top three social media related issues that you may get you in legal trouble: copyrights infringement, defamation and cancel culture.
If you ever worry that you are breaking some law every time you post content on social media, you’ll love this episode as Weili highlights the top three social media related issues that may get you in legal trouble, as well as the legal mistakes you might be making every day on social media.
Hint: If you’re a content creator, entrepreneur or content creator building your personal brand on social media, listen in at 19:29 where Weili delves into copyright infringement, what constitutes it, and practical steps of how you can avoid getting into legal trouble on social media.
Also listen out for Wei Li’s answers to the following questions:
If you want to keep in touch with Wei Li, you can reach him on Instagram @willythewombatwizard. You can also check out his law firm, and contact details on his website: https://www.forwardlegal.sg/fong-wei-li.
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