Bradley's professional analysis and commentary has been requested by multiple television news outlets. Below are some of his recent news segments.
On April 20, 2012, Social Media Lawyer Bradley Shear discussed Maryland Senate Bill 433 that may protect employers from negligent social media monitoring lawsuits and protect the personal privacy rights of employees.
On March 19, 2012 Bradley discussed the Maryland legislation that would make it against the law for colleges and employers to require their students and employeess to provide access to their personal password protected electronic accounts.
On March 3, 2012, Bradley appeared on NBC Washington, DC to discuss using Facebook to adopt a child. Bradley appears at 1:23 in the segment.
On January 4, 2012 Bradley discussed some of the potential benefits of disconnecting from technology on Fox 5 News in Washington, DC. The bottom line is think before you post or tweet.
On December 28, 2012, Bradley provided commentary for Canada's CTV News regarding some facts that may decide who owns a Twitter account that is used for both professional and personal Tweeting.
On November 20, 2011, Bradley discussed social media, entertainment, and and Black Friday deals with Angie Goff of NBC 4 in Washington, DC. The key takeaway is if you are original and have some luck the celebrity you target may take notice.
On October 22, 2011, Bradley discussed social media, health insurance, and privacy issues with Angie Goff of NBC 4 in Washington, DC. Some takeaways from the discussion: avoid discussing your personal, physical, or emotional status on social media; don't talk about one's non-public health status online; don't post information about medications you are taking; and health professionals should not discuss their patients online.
On June 1, 2011, Bradley discussed on MSNBC Congressman Anthony Weiner's allegations that his Twitter account was hacked. Bradley stated it is "troubling" that Congressman Weiner has not asked the proper authorities to look into the Twitter hacking allegations. On June 6, 2011, Congressman Weiner admitted that his account was not hacked and that he sent numerous inappropriate social media messages.
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