It is interesting to note new developments in the law that pertain to information shared on Facebook and on other social media. It is always good to remember that everything you post is public-don’t forget to edit yourself! The information that you put out there is forever. For a good example of this, check out this article:
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Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple, died yesterday at the age of 56. Many wonderful things are being reported in the media about him, and rightly so. Scutt Law, PLLC cannot imagine what we would do without our Apple computers (especially our MacBook Pros)…Apple is our firm’s brand of choice. Indeed, our choice to use Apple products was one of the best choices the firm has made, and we salute Jobs and the fantastic job he did as a visionary and pioneer for the industry. Years ago, Mr. Jobs said that, “Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn’t matter to me … Going to bed at night saying we’ve done something wonderful … that’s what matters to me” (Wall Street Journal 1993, shared by UK Guardian). Well said. Rest in peace, Steve Jobs.
Scutt Law, PLLC can’t say enough nice things about our great state of Texas, and neither can Forbes! FOUR of the Lonestar State’s cities placed in the top ten of the Forbes next “boom town” list! Go Texas! To read the entire article, copy and paste this into your browser: