Posts made in February, 2015


Facebook privacy? Think again. The Courts are finding a “limited privacy interest, if any” in your social media posts and photos. This is regardless of the privacy settings on your account. And, in a recent development, a Florida state Appellate Court found that a plaintiff suing Target in a “slip & fall “ case had to produce five (5) years worth of pictures posted on social networking sites, regardless of her privacy settings....

Read More

Fake Dietary Supplements! Or, what’s really in that store brand pill? The NYT (2/3/15) reported that the New York state Attorney General conducted an investigation of Walmart, Walgreens, Target and GNC retailers and found about 4 out of 5 products under store brand names contained none of the herbs listed on their labels. Many allegedly contained cheap fillers, like rice, houseplant or substances that could trigger food allergies....

Read More