It is a fair bet that many of those reading The Legal Intelligencer have neither a Facebook page nor a MySpace account — although when our children reach a certain age, they can certainly tell us about them. But electronic discovery is well upon us, and employment litigation is at the forefront of issues involving social networking sites.

A recent discovery order in the case of EEOC v. Simply Storage Management in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana discussed how much information from such sites is discoverable to an employer defending an employment discrimination claim.

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