Facebook Security and Social Media Employee Guidelines

Posted March 28th, 2018 by .

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Here’s the story. Three Facebook Messenger users sued Facebook, seeking class-action status on behalf of users who were affected by the revelation of the social media platform’s data being shared without permission. The lawsuit alleges that Facebook violated user’s privacy by collecting phone calls and text messages. Let us not forget to mention the Cambridge […]

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New Jersey Women’s Health Law

Posted March 23rd, 2018 by .

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A few weeks ago, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy recently signed his first bill into state law – legislation that will set aside $7.5 million in funding for family-planning and women’s health. This new bill is reversing the course of the former administration’s handling of the issue. This bill is actually two separate pieces of […]

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Can The Court Order Your Dog Be Put Down?

Posted March 16th, 2018 by .

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You are living your worst nightmare. Your dog bit someone, and you are worried. It’s not just the civil suit. There’s a chance that the court will order that your dog be put down. Meanwhile, like most dog owners, your animal is a family member. You can’t bear the thought of losing your best friend. […]

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Facebook Live’s Connection to Crime

Posted February 20th, 2018 by .

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By Guest Blogger Attorney John F. Marchiano Facebook has changed the way we live, work and play, but it has also added a new dimension to crime. Facebook Live has been used to broadcast numerous acts of violence in real-time, leading to questions about censorship, legal obligations of those who viewed a crime online, and […]

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Why Is It Illegal to Pump Your Own Gas in New Jersey?

Posted February 19th, 2018 by .

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The Garden State distinguishes itself from other states for a variety of reasons. If you aren’t a resident of New Jersey or really haven’t spent much time traveling through the state, then this example of uniqueness might surprise you. Pumping your own gasoline in New Jersey is illegal. But, how and why is this happening? […]

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Social Media and New Jersey Law

Posted February 5th, 2018 by .

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Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, LinkedIn, YouTube, or Instagram; we all use them. Social media is a part of the fabric of most people’s lives in some way, shape, or form. However, things (like embarrassing pictures) are sometimes posted about you that you might not want your employer to see because it could have negative connotations towards […]

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Why You Should Be Worried about Your Text Messages

Posted January 30th, 2018 by .

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Just about everyone remembers a time before text messages. If you had something to discuss, you merely picked up the phone and talked. Unless someone was recording the conversation, the words exchanged were only heard between the parties. Are technology changes for the better? In some cases, the advantages of text messaging speak for themselves. […]

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New Year, New Laws

Posted January 3rd, 2018 by .

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At the beginning of each year, change is always on the horizon. As is evident in the phrase “new year, new me.” In New Jersey, the beginning of the new year means new laws or changes to existing laws that govern the Garden State. Tax changes set forth by Governor Chris Christie are among the […]

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An Interesting Perspective on Cell Phones to Document Evidence

Posted December 19th, 2017 by .

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If you don’t use a cell phone as part of your daily life, you’re in a small minority. In fact, a national research group reports that 92% of Americans own some type of mobile device. More than three-quarters of the population essentially owns a portable computer in the form of a smartphone. With all that […]

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Don’t Drink and… Drone?

Posted December 13th, 2017 by .

Categories: Legal Topics.

Drones are probably one of the top gift options for your favorite tech junkie this holiday season. And, if you already own or know someone who owns a drone, you know how easy it is to have a few drinks, go out in the backyard, and let that drone rip through the air. However, according […]

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