Attorney Ellen Frantz received a call years ago from a man fired because of a photo posted of him and others on a coworker’s Facebook page.
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That photo you posted on Facebook of yourself dancing in the bar a week after an injury that supposedly left you permanently disabled? Not a good idea.
You can get in legal trouble on TikTok but not all are as obvious as a pulled muscle during a dance routine or an injury from a milk crate challenge fail
Without a doubt, social media has introduced a whole new world of opportunity for citizen journalists, bloggers and others looking to share their stories and ideas in the public arena. Unfortunately, it’s also introduced a host of ways to violate intellectual property laws.
We've blogged many times about the legal implications of social media...
When blogging was introduced to the masses around 1999, few people realized its potential to turn stay-at-home moms into bread winners or secretaries into best-selling authors.
It seems we just can’t say it enough: be careful what you post on Facebook.