Social-media-savvy couples are turning to “social media prenups” to set expectations for what partners can and can’t post online.
General Mills faced a disaster after a report stated that people who “like” the company on FB automatically give up their rights to sue them.
Don’t get fired, expelled, or hauled to court for something you (or a friend) posted online. These people found out the hard way.
It really didn’t take long for Snapchat to be used to send naked pictures, which means there will inevitably be legal issues surrounding it.
Lisa Bloom discusses a new partnership between Facebook and the State of Maryland’s schools fighting cyberbullying.
Wish you could take down that embarrassing photo on Facebook? California teens may soon be lucky enough to do just that.
In a blog post late last month, Facebook said it would evaluate and update its policies on hate speech. The social media company apologized for failing to handle offensive material according to its policies.
Tumblr acquisitionYahoo bought Tumblr for $1.1 billion in an effort to attract younger users. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has promised “not to screw it up.”
Feel your privacy slipping away? Concerned about your professional reputation? Addicted to social media? If so, you might be thinking of dumping Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, or Google+. Here’s how to do it.
You’re separated from and/or divorcing your ex, so you might feel like dating again is fair game—but can lying about things like your marital status or whether you have kids cause problems? And if the information on dating sites can get you into trouble, what about other social media?