Category Archives: Internet Safety

All blogs related to social media safety from Gillis and Bikofsky.

Social Media: No Right to Privacy

The case of a possibly malingering plaintiff has led a Florida court to rule that Facebook users have no right of privacy in the photos they put online. There has been much debate lately, sparked by the trend of self-written “privacy disclaimers” popping up ...

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Beware Social Media

  A recent case in Florida asks the interesting question: can a client “clean up” their social media pages before litigation is filed to remove embarrassing information? The case centered on four different scenarios. First, if pre-litigation, can a lawyer advise a client to remove posts, ...

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Cyber Harassment

This past week, an Essex county jury sent a loud and clear message to the defendant who took to cyberspace to harass our clients: if you harass people on the Internet so that they cannot enjoy the peaceful comfort of their own home, you will pay ...

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