While the Phonedog case is the one everyone thinks of when employer ownership of employees’ social media accounts comes up, another case indicates that it remains a very tricky issue.
Employers can punish or fire employees for doing a lot of things, but they can’t fire you for talking about working conditions at your job on Facebook.
The National Labor Relations Board on Dec. 14 said Hispanics...more
In mid-December, Facebook introduced its “Year in Review” feature that allows users, with the click of one button, to publish highlights from their posts, pictures, and “life events” for the past year.
Before you click...more
Instagram, the popular photo sharing social media program, announced new terms of service (TOS) on Dec. 17 that would allow the company to place users’ photos into ads without their knowledge and without paying them a penny....more