As the boundaries between workplace and personal life evaporate, employees’ use of social media, including Facebook and Twitter, have increasingly impacted the work environment. What are the scope of employer responsibilities to ensure that employees have guidance on what is and what is not appropriate social media use? Do employees have the right to privacy in what they post on private social media accounts? What rights do employees have to be protected from coworker commentary that may be considered offensive or harassing, and do public and private employees have free speech rights related to their social media posts? Learn about the challenges of obtaining discovery of social media accounts in the context of employment litigation cases.
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