Another day another Facebook abuse.
This woman’s Facebook profile and name and an image was used in an advertisement — snatched from Facebook by a ‘friend’ who worked for Vodafone creative…
So, having slaughtered the words ‘friend’ and ‘like’, what? We’re now we’re redefining ‘public’?:
Privacy lawyer John Edwards said while Vodafone could argue Ms Robertson had made information public by posting it on Facebook, they probably breached her intellectual property rights.
“She would have a claim on the basis of the use of her intellectual property because somebody has used for commercial gain her intellectual property,” he said.