Earlier this week I presented "The Rise Of Social Business" at Think International, a conference organised by Eye For Image in Copenhagen. I have a huge belief that social media isn't just a new way of marketing - it's a new way of working. Already within SAP, social technologies are being used as part of daily work life to share and collaborate across the employee network.
Marketing and communication professionals from many organisations attended the event including Lego, Ecco shoes, Maersk, Danish Government, Saxo Bank. Apart from meeting some great people and sharing our social business experiences (and frustrations) it was also interesting to view a presentation from specialist marketing lawyer Heidi Steen Jensen from Horton Law Firm. She talked about the complexities around laws that will impact social privacy e.g. cookies.
I would love to hear your thoughts on how (or indeed if) you feel the EU directive will impact social monitoring.
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