Free speech and blogs

8 Jan

Author Lori Andrews

A cynic might say that blogging is something you do if you want to get fired from your day job. More and more, opinions from blogs are being used by employers to dismiss employees. And more and more, the courts are dealing with these cases, trying to determine the bounds and limits of free digital speech.

In the Currents section of today’s Sunday Inquirer, this topic is discussed by Lori Andrews, author of “I Know Who You Are and I Saw What You Did: Social Networks and the Death of Privacy.” Ms. Andrews will be lecturing Thursday night at the National Constitution Center n Philadelphia (call for reservations at 215-409-6700).

Read her piece here.

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