You “like” me, you really “like” me – Looking at the legal effect of Facebook likes and friends Is liking something expressive activity protected by the First Amendment?  Does being a Facebook “friend” create the appearance of impropriety requiring the judge to recuse himself from the case?  Leave it to Facebook to make us answer these questions. You don’t like me, you just want my coupon . . . The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals is ... Continue Reading