For your interest, here’s a recap of most popular posts right now on the various thorny legal issues to navigate with social media use (at home and at work). It’s a diverse mix of articles, with a common theme: have fun, but be careful out there.
No, it would not be too ironic to tweet, share, recommend, or otherwise socially approve of these terrific social media-themed posts. It would simply be appropriate. Just saying:
- Here’s What’s Missing from Your Company’s Social Media Policy
- 10 Ways HR Departments Violate the Law Without Realizing It (And What To Do About It)
- California School District Enacts Social Media Surveillance To Counter Cyber Bullying
- Some Firings Based on Social Media Use May Be Okay
- Oh, F*©k No: Administrative Law Judge Rules that Employees’ Expletive-Laced Facebook Posts are not Protected Under the National Labor Relations Act
- "Solicitation" In the Era of Social Media Remains Unsettled
- First Amendment Does Not Prevent State From Firing Employee For Derogatory Facebook Comments
- Privacy in Social Media – Is It Really an Oxymoron?
- New Jersey’s New Social Media Privacy Law Takes Effect
- Dangers Of Social Media
And a bonus — new on JD Supra and well-read: