Privacy Advisor

Perspective: Should lawyers restrict controversial social media postings?

Recently, Jill Filipovic, a litigation associate at a major New York law firm, caused a minor media sensation with a post to Twitter—@JillFilipovic, October 24. On arrival in Dublin, Ireland, on a flight from the United States, she discovered in her bag a note from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) that read, “get your freak on girl,” apparently referring to a sex toy in her luggage.

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