Many people don’t realize that emails, tweets, texts or Facebook post could be used in litigation. While you may think your Facebook page is private, it usually is not and can easily be obtained by third parties. So when you post photos on Facebook about partying the night before, how you cheated your business partner, how you cleaned the gutters but supposedly have back problems, etc. this information can and will be used against you in litigation. When you use Facebook, when you use Twitter, when you go out there and make comments on news articles . . . the things you are saying can and will be used against you. A Texas teen found out just how real the consequences of online public discussion can be when he was charged with making a terrorist threat. Read Justin Carter’s Story Here.
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