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Facebook tries to make it easier to share selectively

PALO ALTO, Calif. — Facebook is trying to make it easier for people to share their updates selectively and draw distinctions between friends, family members and co-workers on the Web’s biggest social hub. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s founder and CEO, unveiled ...

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Monday law blog round-up

Welcome back from the long weekend! Just four days to go until the next one! Until then, here are some law links: John Bratt calls the 4th Circuit’s decision in the Sparrows Point LNG case a win for Baltimore County. ...

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The Ethics of Surreptitious Friending

Earlier this year, the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Professional Guidance Committee was requested to offer its advisory opinion on a novel issue involving social networking sites and witness background investigation. The question was whether a lawyer could, within the bounds of ...

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Phished on Facebook

I got a chat message on Facebook this morning from one of my FB friends, with whom I hadn’t spoken in, oh, three years. I guess that’s not unbelievably unusual, but I had friended the guy a while back, and ...

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