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Social Media Privacy Settings May Not Protect Your Information From Discovery

Users of social media are likely familiar with privacy settings, and understand that setting their profiles to “private” ensures that people who are not friends, connections or followers cannot view their information and postings. However, it is equally likely that most social media users have not considered whether those privacy settings protect their information from … Continue Reading

Is Social Media Discoverable? Stick to the Basics (Part II—Possession, Custody or Control)

In addressing the discoverability of social media, we typically analyze three questions:  Is social media relevant to the claims or defenses at issue in your litigation? If so, is it within your possession, custody or control? If so, is there anything else that may preclude or limit discovery of social media content? In a previous … Continue Reading