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Spirits: The Original Social Media and Its Limits

If you are of legal drinking age, then go ahead and indulge-in alcohol-related online communications, that is. However, if you are under the legal drinking age, the alcoholic beverage industry has taken steps to ensure you do not partake of its online marketing communications.

NLRB Clarifies Stance on Social Media, Applies Existing Labor Law

When confronted with the uncertainty surrounding employee use of social media, employers may wonder if the best move is to prohibit employees from discussing their jobs on social media sites altogether. Unfortunately, this seemingly simple solution is likely to create more problems than it solves.

Students and Social Media: The Supreme Court Could Decide Whether Schools May Punish Off-Campus Online Speech

A teenager who posts a racy photo on Facebook might be grounded for a week, but should the teen also be suspended from school or kicked off the swim team? A flurry of recent court decisions is bringing just this issue to the fore:Ā  can a public school punish its students for their off-campus online activities?

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