Most people today are familiar with social media and millions regularly use it. As usage has grown vertiginously in the last few years, issues regarding social media and e-discovery have, naturally, arisen. In this month's column, we will discuss some of those issues, how they have been resolved and how, perhaps, they should be resolved.
While I am sure that pretty much everyone reading this is familiar, as a user, with social media, it never hurts to go over some basics. Users set up social media accounts with companies that are, in essence, Internet service providers. Users can then post to the Internet from those accounts, receive messages, have others post reactions to the posts, etc., as the account is set.
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