The High Court in Muwema v Facebook Ireland Ltd  IEHC 519 held that Facebook had no duty to remove defamatory content posted by an anonymous third party.
Having an embarrassing photo posted on FaceBook is bound to happen to everyone.
A new NLRB decision that attempts to define further the boundaries of protected speech under the NLRA.
Practitioners in the Judiciary Law § 487 field expect that they will always be facing an uphill battle.
According to Pew “44 percent of Americans read or watch news on Facebook” so you might be interested to see the August 24, 2016 New York Times article entitled “Inside Facebook’s (Totally Insane, Unintentionally Gigantic, Hyperpartisan) Political-Media Machine” which highlights Facebook political activities.
There are many ways in which professionals and companies are being harmed online and on social media.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit recently issued a decision that could have far reaching implications for the relationships between companies that provide online services, their customers or users, and third parties.
Facebook has won an appeal against a Belgian court ruling, which ordered it to stop tracking logged-out users who visit Facebook pages and other websites linked to Facebook.
Facebook announced last week it was building a better News Feed.
In the months since the Spokeo v. Robins ruling many industries have started trying to reap the benefits. But as Facebook tries to get a piece of the action could we be finding a limit to the logic?