Category Archives: Legal

Dieselgate hits home

This post is part one of a series of ongoing posts.  They will continue until VW/Audi resolves their issues. Many of my friends tell me I am one of the luckiest people they know.  I am healthy, have many great … Continue reading

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Responsible For All of Time

Not Penn (State!): Dean Furda revealed to be Penn State alumnus http://t.co/SM5OjGvnZf — Daily Pennsylvanian (@dailypenn) March 25, 2015 Uh-oh, we have a crisis on our hands at Penn. Our beloved Dean Furda has lied and did not attend Penn. … Continue reading

Posted in Human Resources, Legal, Managing Yourself, Psychology, Social Media, Social Media Policy, Twitter | 2 Comments

An Internet of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth

This week marked a major victory for consumers in the battle of net neutrality. The FCC has moved to reclassify Internet Service Providers (ISPs) as Title II entities, known as Common Carriers. This is a hugely controversial move – in fact, … Continue reading

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Social Media: Beyond the post

It is a well known and common practice for companies to refer to social media when evaluating a potential candidate for a position. Anyone familiar with this industry tradition knows to either carefully set their privacy settings for their social network posts, … Continue reading

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Freeze! This is a social media stickup

Where are the good old days in social media when all you had to worry about was spam in your inbox or the occasional disgrntled patron flaming across platforms.  Pity poor meetup.com.  The social media site which enables strangers to … Continue reading

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Authentication – the nagging problem in social media

If you love interacting with people on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Google +, etc.) the question of authentication often rears its head.  How do you know that the person on the other end is who they actually say they are.  … Continue reading

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Are Bloggers Journalists?

When you post on Twitter or Facebook, how are you held responsible for the validity of what you post? Crystal Cox created a website called BankruptcyCorruption.com and posted scathing remarks about a company’s trustee.  When sued, her defense felt that … Continue reading

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