To Post or Not to Post? It Can Be Court Ordered.

To Post or Not to Post? It Can Be Court Ordered.

This N.J. case is just one example of how a court can limit your right to post information about other people on Social Media Sites.  So if you find yourself asking ‘should I post this or not?’ about someone else, know that a court can order it down and restrain you from posting anything about that person.

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