Summer 2021 is a great time for marketing organizations to review, renew or revise their somewhat costly (in terms of time and/or dollars) social media strategies. There are almost too many to count emerging social media platforms, so anticipate that ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — With next week’s election looming, the CEOs of Twitter, Facebook and Google were scolded by Republicans at a Senate hearing Wednesday for alleged anti-conservative bias in the companies’ social media platforms and received a warning of coming restrictions ...
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Welcome to Monday, the 46th anniversary of the publication of “All the President’s Men.” Here are some news items to get your week started. — Trump’s claim of being a New Yorker could hurt his defense. — Social media activity ...Read More »
Maryland’s top court has unanimously reinstated an attempted armed robbery conviction, saying the trial judge properly allowed the jury to hear damning evidence that the defendant “unfriended” from his Facebook page his alleged accomplice just hours after that person was ...Read More »
(Part II of four parts) We return to the hypothetical case of Smith v. Jones. Defense counsel is about to present their argument to allow social media searches of the venire, as well as jury members both during and after ...Read More »
As social media becomes the preferred setting for political discourse, elected officials must be aware of the developing body of law around First Amendment rights in public forums, say attorneys who focus on social media and the law. Social media, ...Read More »