Filthy on Facebook: Union Members Can Say What They Want

Apr 26, 2017 By: Mark Fetzko

Although it isn’t a particularly good strategy for building strong workplace rapport, you probably won’t lose your job if you go on

Twitter faces lawsuit for reading and “altering” private messages

Sep 16, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin

A recent lawsuit claims that Twitter is “intercepting, reading, and, at times, even altering” direct messages sent by users; it is only shortening the URLs in these messages.

The Fraught World of Social Media and Employee Privacy

Jul 27, 2015 By: Matthew Bodie

Social media is making the separation between the personal and the professional even more difficult.

NY court OK’s service of divorce summons through Facebook

Apr 10, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin

A ruling out of New York at the end of March found Facebook to be the most reliable means of service of process.

Nine times Facebook can get you in ethical trouble

Dec 31, 2014 By: Kellie Pantekoek

Regardless of how an attorney uses Facebook, it’s important to know how to use the social media network without violating the rules of professional conduct.

OK Supreme Court: Facebook message is insufficient notice to inform of pregnancy

Oct 22, 2014 By: Jeremy Byellin

The Oklahoma Supreme Court just ruled last week that a Facebook message was too unreliable to serve as notice of a pregnancy and intention to give the baby up for adoption.

NLRB reverses termination of employees over Facebook comments

Sep 4, 2014 By: Jeremy Byellin

The NLRB recently decided that several posts and one “Like” made on Facebook by employees that were disparaging to the employer were protected under the NLRA.

ILTA 2014: Social media discovery issues and tactics

Aug 20, 2014 By: Jeremy Byellin

At the 2014 ILTA Conference, I was able to attend a session that was all about social media discovery.

Legislation limiting employer’s access to employee social media blossoms

Aug 18, 2014 By: Marissa Bartolucci

In an effort to prevent negative effects of their online activity, social media users began adding privacy settings to their profiles.

Europe v. Facebook

Aug 5, 2014 By: Dave Corbett

An Austrian law student began a class-action lawsuit against Facebook for privacy violations under E.U. law, specifically for its sharing data with the N.S.A.

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