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Today’s Offhand Post Could Be Tomorrow’s Federal Case

November 18, 2010 No Comments

While it’s easy for bad celebrity tweeters to attract headlines, average citizens also are finding that wayward social networking is an easy way to garner their 15 minutes of fame — even if that is not their intent. Dawnmarie Souza was fired from her job after posting negative comments about her supervisor on her Facebook page. That led to a legal dispute that’s likely to end up in federal court.

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