Technology and the Workplace
NLRB Administrative Law Judge Splits the Baby in Ruling on a Social Media Policy (OhioEmployer'sLawBlog)
Facebook and Suicidal Thoughts (SocialMediaEmploymentLawBlog)
Why Corporations Covet 'Kill Switches' on Workers' Mobile Devices (Businessweek)
Technology and the Law
Police Are Using Phone Tracking as a Routine Tool (NYTimes)
Marine Facing Dismissal for Facebook Page Argues Free Speech Case (ABCNews)
Arizona Stalking Bill Prohibiting Annoying, Offensive Online Comments to Be Amended (WashingtonPost)
There's an App for That
The Quiet Place: an Internet Escape, on the Internet (Forbes)
Google Offers Look at Internet-Connected Glasses (NYTimes)
For Home Buyers, an App to Assess a House's Attributes (NYTimes)
3 Must-Have Health & Fitness Apps for the Busy Business Professional (FastCo)
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