1. 10 Popular Reads at the Intersection of Social Media & the Law

    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:

    1. Here’s What’s Missing from Your Company’s Social Media Policy
    2. 10 Ways HR Departments Violate the Law Without Realizing It (And What To Do About It)
    3. California School District Enacts Social Media Surveillance To Counter Cyber Bullying
    4. Some Firings Based on Social Media Use May Be Okay
    5. Oh, F*©k No: Administrative Law Judge Rules that Employees’ Expletive-Laced Facebook Posts are not Protected Under the National Labor Relations Act
    6. "Solicitation" In the Era of Social Media Remains Unsettled
    7. First Amendment Does Not Prevent State From Firing Employee For Derogatory Facebook Comments
    8. Privacy in Social Media – Is It Really an Oxymoron?
    9. New Jersey’s New Social Media Privacy Law Takes Effect
    10. Dangers Of Social Media

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