The Facebook Firing Case - Employer Limits on Restricting Employee Use of Social Media.

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The article discusses the recent "Facebook Firing" case filed by the NLRB against a Connecticut employer, following the employer's decision to terminate an employee based on negative comments the employee posted about her employer on a Facebook page. In the case, the NLRB charged that the terminated employee was exercising her protected right to discuss terms and condition of her employment with co-workers and that she could not be terminated for such protected activities.

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