Maryland’s top court will join a social network and evidentiary rules when it considers whether a jury was properly permitted to hear damning evidence that a Facebook profile owner “defriended” his alleged accomplice just hours after that person was killed ...Read More »
Today, lawyers who are increasingly social media-savvy are turning to Facebook to refer prospective clients, ask questions and discuss legal matters. Towson family law attorney Stuart Axilbund has helped to cultivate the “Maryland Lawyers” Facebook group, which now has just ...Read More »
A judge is allowing prosecutors to present evidence that a white man charged with fatally stabbing a black student on the University of Maryland's campus belonged to a racist Facebook group and had racist memes on his cellphone.Read More »
Welcome to Monday, the 106th anniversary of the ratification of the 16th Amendment, which authorized the assessment of income tax. Here are some news items to get your week started: — Foes of President Trump’s emergency declaration look to Youngstown ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A federal judge says a Maryland law aimed at addressing foreign interference in local elections on social media platforms such as Facebook appears to overstep the First Amendment. The law requires certain media websites to publish online ad ...Read More »
Facebook brought its small business training event, Community Boost, to Baltimore Monday, the 46th stop on a 50-city tour. In addition to this week’s training, Facebook also announced that it would be working with Baltimore City Community College to create a ...Read More »
Facebook will bring its Community Boost business program to Baltimore this November, the tech giant announced Thursday morning. The touring program brings an opportunity for people to learn the digital skills needed to help their businesses, Facebook said. “If we want ...
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