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The explosion of the Internet has provided companies with a new set of employment-related issues to worry about: harassment via Facebook, trade secret theft by blog and anti-employer rants on YouTube have all become regular topics at employment law seminars. Just as employers are learning how to deal with these problems, a new issue is coming to the fore: whether certain Internet postings may constitute protected, concerted activity under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).

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