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A recent New York State court decision in a personal injury case serves as a reminder that a plaintiff’s social networking activity — even when designated as “private” — can, in certain cases, be accessed during pre-trial discovery, providing a potential treasure trove of information for the defense. [Romano v. Steelcase, Inc., 2010 NY Slip Op. 20388 (N.Y. Sup. Ct., Suffolk Cty. Sept. 21, 2010).]

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