‘Don’t Film Yourself Having Sex’: Social Media Lawyer Emma Sadleir Speaks At Heavy Chef Feb. Book Now!

Social media law expert, South African author and top commentator on the Oscar Pistorius trial, Emma Sadleir will headline the first Heavy Chef event for 2015 in Bryanston, Johannesburg.

During this session, Sadleir will present the topic of social media ethics – the pitfalls, the risks and the opportunities that exist for individuals and brands. Touching on this pertinent theme in the global online community, Emma will highlight some of the key points introduced by her most recent book, Don’t Film Yourself Having Sex.

As one of the country’s most foremost authorities on social media ethics and the legal parameters of the digital world, Emma brings a wealth of experience to Heavy Chef and will shed light on the dos and don’ts of social sharing. Taking place on 04 February 2015 and aimed at digital marketing professionals, online careerists and networking specialists, this event is not to be missed.

Please note: Due to renovations at World Wide Creative’s Cape Town studio, this event has been relocated to the headquarters of Microsoft South Africain Bryanston, Johannesburg.

As always, guests will be treated to eco-friendly wine compliments of Backsberg Winery and will stand a chance of winning an amazing prize sponsored by Microsoft South Africa. Seats fill up quickly, so book here to reserve yours.

Event details

Date: 04 February 2015

Venue: Microsoft Offices, Bryanston (William Nicol Drive)

Time: 18h00 for 18h30

Cost: One screenshot of your riskiest rant on a social network (just kidding, of course it’s 100% free – as always).

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What is Heavy Chef all about?

As an initiative of digital marketing agency World Wide Creative, the Heavy Chef project is a platform for practical learning – where South Africa’s digital community collaborates, shares ideas and discusses the latest web marketing news. The name comes from the expression “Never trust a skinny chef” and our aim to learn from Heavy Chefs – in other words, those rare folk who eat their own food, walk the talk and practice what they preach.

Heavy Chef is sponsored by: Microsoft SA , Backsberg WinesUber and Channel Mobile.