Media law training

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Get clear on what the law says so you don't fall foul of it

Media law can be extremely complex, particularly in the UK, and getting it wrong can be expensive.

From copyright infringements to contempt of court to GDPR compliance to freedom of expression, our trainers have taught the media law of England and Wales in university and professional contexts for nearly ten years.

We provide contextualised, clear and specific training on the law, as well as documentation and regularly-updated online "cheat sheets" that can support you long after the training has concluded.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

If you are confused by the GDPR regulations rolled out in 2018 and want to make sure your staff know how to comply with these laws, we can help. Whether your IT engineers, administrative staff or executives, the protection of user and customer data is essential and training is the only way to be sure you've got it right.

Copyright and intellectual property

Along with the attention, engagement and creative expression of the digital media ecosystem, we have been afforded a large number of news ways to fall foul of the law. Copying is built into the very foundations of digital media technologies, and yet the laws that regulate it were largely drafted in an era befor those technologies became so commonplace. Our training will ensure that you and your staff are clear on how intellectual property applies to digital content, and what the pitfalls are for getting this wrong.

Please note that media law training is not a form of legal advice. VSC Media is happy to recommend legal chambers 5RB to provide legal advice in the context of a specific case.