2 responses to “Florida Bar proposed advisory opinion states that a lawyer may advise a client to remove information from social media pages before litigation

  1. This makes sense – as long as some form of record is maintained (such as a print-out), no need to leave it exposed for all the world to see. There may be times when a person may prefer to keep a low profile, and choose to de-activate a social media temporarily or permanently.

  2. Reblogged this on Executive Reporting Service and commented:
    The new world of social media impacts everything.

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