A celebrity doctor is suing a lawyer who used Facebook to call for patients to boycott her.
A local court case decision made late last month, as well as several other recent enforcement polices, could impact the types of information and photos that people, especially college students, post on social networking websites.
More college athletic departments are developing or publicizing online social networking policies for student athletes, experts say. USA TODAY researched social networking policies for 27 schools in six major conferences, including the University of...
A Charlottetown boy was given 18 months probation Monday for making a threat against his school on Facebook, and may not use the internet during that time.
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