Will Snap Spectacles Destroy Your Reputation and Privacy?

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When the company Snap (formerly known as Snapchat) was created it touted itself as an alternative to Facebook. Snap promised users that their messages would disappear within seconds of being viewed. At the time, this sounded revolutionary because people want an easy way to send highly personal content to others that won’t come back to […]

Social Media Reputation, Employee Complaints, the NLRB, and Chipotle

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The National Labor Relations Board recently upheld a decision by an administrative law judge against Chipotle that ruled the company violated an employee’s right to complain about his job when it required him delete tweets that were critical of the company and then subsequently fired him. The employee deleted some personal tweets after Chipotle’s national […]

Feds To Protect Social Media Reputation of Nursing Home Residents

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On Friday, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced that it would crack down on nursing home operators whose employees record and post on social media demeaning audio, images, and video of their residents. ProPublica recently documented almost fifty incidents during the past several years where nursing home and assisted living facility employees took unauthorized abusive […]

Online Reputation, Snapchat, Draymond Green, and Penis Pics

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According to Webster’s online dictionary, reputation is: “the common opinion that people have about someone or something.”  One’s reputation may be a mix of how you conduct yourself at home, at work, at the gym, at your place of worship, online, etc… Over the weekend, NBA star Draymond Green accidentally posted a photo of his […]