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Social Media: the Difference Between Public Expectation and the Ability to Blame at Law when Expectations are not Met?
Social Media: the Difference Between Public Expectation and the Ability to Blame at Law when Expectations are not Met?

Social Media: the Difference Between Public Expectation and the Ability to Blame at Law when Expectations are not Met?

There are high public expectations for warning and risk communication during emergencies, they include the expectation that social media will be adopted. Yet the extent of the legal requirement to warn and use social media is uncertain? Equally in utilising social media to push and pull information, legal issues can arise? This thesis investigates some of the issues. 

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