As previously reported, in a March 2014 filing titled H.W. v. Sterling High School District, a New Jersey high school student filed suit claiming school officials had violated her constitutional rights when they punished her for content she posted on Twitter which criticized Sterling High School’s principal.
Student Files Suit After Tweet Lands Her In Hot Water
A New Jersey student has filed a federal court lawsuit, H.W. v. Sterling High School District, alleging that she has been subject to disability discrimination and that her First Amendment rights have been violated.
The student, known only as H.W. in court papers, was banned from the prom, senior trip, and the school’s commencement…
Special Report – Social Media in the Workplace
Jackson Lewis Special Report on Social Media in the Workplace.
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Pew Research Center Says 72% of Adults Online (Your Employees) Use Social Networking Sites
Today’s Pew Research Center report that 72% of online adults use social networking sites, a significant increase since 2005, should spur more employers to address social media in the workplace.
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PhoneDog v. Kravitz Settlement Points to Need for Agreements on Ownership of Social Media Accounts
John A. Snyder posted this article on the Jackson Lewis Non-Compete and Trade Secret Report blog about a dispute involving ownership of a Twitter account.
Prepare Now for Employee Disputes Over Ownership of Social Media Accounts
Who owns company LinkedIn or Twitter profiles/accounts, the employer or the employee?
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