What happens when social media and securities law intersect?

In an era where social media governs the lives of almost everyone, securities laws must cover the use of social media for reporting issuers when providing disclosure to shareholders. Lawyers comment on CSA Staff Notice 51-348, a review on the use of social media and disclosure.

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