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Published by on November 9, 2010

Some employment law tidbits after the break.  Quite a few social media hits involving the intersection of Facebook and employment law this time. Was Juan Williams’ Termination by NPR Illegal Under California Law? EEOC Holds Public Hearing on Credit Histories Employees Have No Expectation of Privacy in Facebook or MySpace Profiles (NY) Court Orders Production of […]

Some employment law tidbits after the break.  Quite a few social media hits involving the intersection of Facebook and employment law this time.

Was Juan Williams’ Termination by NPR Illegal Under California Law?

EEOC Holds Public Hearing on Credit Histories

Employees Have No Expectation of Privacy in Facebook or MySpace Profiles (NY)

Court Orders Production of Plaintiff’s User Names and Passwords for Social Network Accounts (PA)

Unauthorized Practice of Law Captured on Facebook

NLRB Sues Company for Firing Worker Over Facebook Post

Facebook and Labor Law (Workplace Prof Blog)

“… this only applies to big business …”  (Not!)

Do you know?  The DOL is encouraging employee covert ops in your business.

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