» Posted September 30, 2015 Articles
Social media has become an integral part of our daily lives, affecting how we communicate with others and creating new ways to build relationships. While the rise of smartphones and tablets makes it easy to constantly check in and catch up on your news feeds throughout the day, most individuals fail to recognize how their status update, photographs or tweets could be used against them in the legal arena when they click the “post” button. Of course, most don’t expect to be involved in litigation, period.
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