09/09/12 89 W, 1 I - + 4 - 2 Is Clicking Like Really Saying Anything, Asks The Lawyer

That's lawyer and fire blogger Curt Varone's headline to this informative posting from his Fire Law blog. He teases a number of answers from this reader question: Is clicking “Like” to a Facebook post making a public statement sufficient to get someone in trouble? Read the reader comments as well, as the discussion has continued. See our previous posting related to this, titled Click Like, Get Suspended. The below graphic has nothing to do with this posting.

That graphic makes me very, very angry…
Duda (Email) - 09/10/12 - 09:06

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