Social media can be many different things. For many millennials, it can be their primary source of communication with others in their hometown or across the world. For businesses, it can serve as an effective marketing tool, allowing for instant, widespread connections with customers. For some employers, however, social media can prove to be a litigation trap. As the law struggles to keep pace with the ever-changing landscape of today’s technology, uncertainty looms for how employers should treat their employees’ use of social media.