Online Course To Protect Law Enforcement

How To Eliminate
Social Media Mistakes That Destroy The
Public Trust

An Affordable New Online Course Developed by Nationally Recognized Social Media Attorney Mark Fiedelholtz
"I did not know how exposed we truly can be on social media until I took this course. This is one of the most comprehensive and in-depth social media courses I have ever taken. There is a lot to know
about this topic and Social Media Attorney
Mark Fiedelholtz covers it all."

Sgt. Max G. Sherman, Tisbury Police, MA
Courts Now View Social Media As A "High Liability" Human Resource Topic, Not Just A Public Relations Issue...


  • If you fire or discipline an employee for violating your social media policy, you must have documented proof that your policy was enforced with specialized social media liability training for all employees. Courts reject verbal warnings.

  • Your busy in-house attorney and PIO don't qualify as social media law experts that can deliver this type of specialized training to employees.
"Social Media Attorney Fiedelholtz proved today that if you don't have a social media law expert train your employees, you put your employees and organization at great legal risk."


- Craig Dispenza, Freehold Boro Police, NJ
  • Making my $9 per person online social media liability course mandatory for all employees, shows the public that you care about preventing employee social media mistakes.

  • You also show the public that you care about preventing high insurance premiums from social media mistakes.

  • The good thing is, my expert $9 per person online course (there is also a one-time portal set-up fee of $297) doesn't deplete your training budget.
Don't Bury Your Head In The Sand Regarding The Urgent Need For My $9 Per Person Expert Social Media Liability Course For All Employees.
* There is a one-time portal set up fee of $297

Questions? Call 954-748-7698
Try Telling A Judge Or Jury That You Couldn't Afford
$9 Per Person To Give Your Employees Expert Online Social Media Liability Training That Saves Their Career And They Won't Find Anywhere Else.
"We have budget cuts."

"Our attorney keeps us updated."

"Our employees are too busy."

"We have never been sued".

"We are just a small agency."

"Our association keeps us updated."

Questions? Call 954-748-7698
This Is Specialized Training That You Can't Do
In-House. Here's 2 Compelling Reasons To Quickly Register All Your Employees For My Online Course.
Reason #1
My online course gives you documented proof that you complied with new 1983 federal social media policy and training standards. These new standards require that all employees receive expert social media liability training to enforce your policy.
Reason #2
Requiring all employees to take my expert social media liability online course builds public trust. It shows that you care about preventing employees from making costly social media mistakes that infringe on the constitutional rights of others.
When A 30 Year Digital Media Attorney, Who Specializes In Public Sector Social Media Liability,
Offers You A $9 Per Person Expert Online Course For All Employees, It Shouldn't Be A Tough Decision...
"What an eye-opening course. Mark's new strategies save your job and keep you from being sued. All law enforcement need this type of expert social media law training."

Shaun D. Jones
Spotsylvania Sheriff's Office, VA
"The information provided was much more detailed than anything I've received in the past, including specific case citations. Social Media Attorney Fiedelholtz shines a bright light on the need for education to avoid liability in social media situations."

- Chief Jan Zimmerman,
Raymore Police Department, MO
On behalf of the Oak Forest Police Department, I would like to thank you for the training our agency received in the area of social media. The course provided valuable information that will aid our personnel when engaging in social media platforms, professionally and privately at a minimal cost. This social media course reaffirmed our agency’s policy too. Reaffirming policy through training is needed to be successful in today’s litigious world. We look forward to future course offerings from you and your staff.”

- Chief of Police, Jason Reid,
Oak Forest Police Department, IL
Law Enforcement Professionals Always Ask Me, Where Does All This Passion Come From To Protect Us
In The Area Of Social Media Liability?
My answer is simple, i grew up in a public service home near the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York. My dad was a judge, mom was a councilwoman and 35 year school teacher, and my cousin was a 30 year Congressman. So, you might say I'm wired to believe that law enforcement, military, and public service in general is a high calling that deserves great respect. For 30 years that belief system has fueled my drive to deliver "high quality" media liability training to public employees.

“Social Media Attorney Fiedelholtz is not only a leading expert in the area of digital media law, he is one of the most passionate instructors I have had the privilege to hear as well. I strongly recommend this
expert social media liability training.”

Major John Latty, Hall County Sheriff Office, GA
The Pandemic, Nationwide Protests, and
Presidential Elections Are Temporary...
But, the comments your employees post on social media are forever. They leave a permanent black eye on your public image and legitimacy. You are exposed to legal damages, increased insurance premiums, and prosecutions that are dismissed.
Even If Insurance Indemnifies Social Media Mistakes, It Doesn't Repair The Damage To The Public Trust And Your Legitimacy As A Law Enforcement Agency.
My Easy-To-Apply "Red Flag Warning System" Eliminates Having To Guess What Opinions And Jokes Are "Free Speech" And When You Have Privacy...
Officers gain a solid foundation of what opinions and jokes are constitutionally protected under the "Free Speech " clause of the First Amendment. Participants become smart fast on what words, pictures, video trigger libel, invasion of privacy and copyright infringement.
Once officers have a solid foundation in the area of libel, First Amendment law, privacy, and copyright infringement, they then learn specialized strategies to identify both obvious and hidden "high liability" social media content.
Once the toxic social media speech is identified, firefighters can eliminate "high liability" speech from all their social media content, text messages, email, and other digital content. The ultimate outcome is that you post and tweet engaging content without overt worries about liability exposure.
My "Red Flag System" Targets The
Root Cause Of Social Media Mistakes...
Your Officers Learn New Career-Saving Skills To
To Identify Opinions That Aren't "Free Speech".
Your Officers Learn New Career-Saving Skills
To Identify Jokes That Aren't "Free Speech".
Your Officers Learn Career-Saving Skills To Identify When They Have Privacy On Personal Accounts
Your Officers Learn New Career-Saving Skills
To Identify The Hidden Liabilities Of Political Speech
Your Officers Learn New Career-Saving Kills To Avoid Mistakes That Cause Prosecutors To Drop Cases.
Your Officers Learn Other New Career-Saving Skills
Even The Best Written Social Media Policy Isn't Worth The Paper It's Written On Without Documented Proof That All Employees Received Outside Expert
Social Media Liability Training...
Social Media is no longer just a PIO issue. Courts view social media as a "high risk" human resource issue that impacts the constitutional rights of others. Under new 1983 federal standards, you must show proof that all employees received specialized training on the new defamation, First Amendment, privacy, and copyright laws.
"Mark, your information was like purchasing a one million dollar insurance policy."

- Bryan Macy,
Winston Salem Police Department, NC
Legal Authority
Obvious Need For More In-Depth Training: 42 U.S. 1983, City of Canton, Ohio v. Harris 489 U.S. 378 (1989), Monell v. Department of Social Services, 436 U.S. 658 (1978), Powers v. Lightner, 820 F.2d 818 (7th Cir. 1987), Conn v. City of Reno 572 F.3d 1047 (2009), City of Canton, Ohio v. Harris 489 U.S. 378 (1989), Brown v. Gray 227 F.3d 1278 (10th Cir. 2000), Walker v. City of New York 507 U.S. 961 (1993), Brown v. Bryan County, Oklahoma 219 F3d 450 (5th Cir. 2000), Kniepp v. Philadelphia (3rd Cir. 1996), Davis v. Mason County 927 F.2d 1473 (9th Cir. 1991), Graham v. Connor 490 U.S. 386 (1989),
Never Ask Your PIO and Social Media Manager
To Write A Social Media Policy Or Train Employees.
This Is A "High Risk" Legal Area That Exposes Them
To "Unlicensed Practice Of Law Claims"...
  • The U.S. Supreme Court views social media policies and employee training as "high liability" legal issues. It's not just a public relations issue

  • If busy in-house attorneys don't qualify as social media law experts that can deliver specialized training to staff, courts would automatically reject non-lawyers training employees.

  • Inherent in writing social media policies and training are serious legal issues that expose PIOs and non-lawyers to unlicensed practice of law claims.
Legal Authority: Unlicensed Practice Of Law Claims: Sperry v. Florida 373 U.S. 379 (1963), Social Media and Smartphones Are High Risk Topics That Impact The Constitutional and Civil Rights Of Others: Packingham v. North Carolina 137 S. Ct. 1730 (2017), Riley v. California 134 S. Ct. 2473 (2014), Elonis v. U.S. 135 S. Ct. 2001 (2015), 42 U.S.C. 1983, Liverman v. City of Petersburg 844 F3d. 400 (2016), Monell v. Dept. of Social Services, 436 U.S. 658 (1978), See more cases and statutes on the bottom of this flyer.
Even after years of media training this class opened my eyes to developing liability trends I hadn’t considered.”

- Yolanda Fernandez Walker, PIO
St. Petersburg Police, FL
How Does The New 1983 Federal Standards Change Your Social Media Training and Policy?
Courts now view all employees using social media as powerful broadcasters tht have the viral power to permanently destroy a person's reputation worldwide. The need for outside expert social media law training on the nuances in the new libel, First Amendment, privacy, and copyright laws is obvious.
Legal Authority: Obvious Need For More In-Depth Training: 42 U.S. 1983, City of Canton, Ohio v. Harris 489 U.S. 378 (1989), Monell v. Department of Social Services, 436 U.S. 658 (1978),
Questions? Call 954-748-7698.
Being An Attorney Doesn't Mean You Are An Expert On Every Legal Topic. I'm Not Qualified To Write Real Estate Contracts Just Because I Specialize In Social Media Law.

In A Lawsuit, You'll Look Foolish Claiming That You Ignored My $9 Per Person Online Course Because Your Busy In-House Attorney Has The Same Expertise As A 30 Year Nationally Recognized Digital Media Attorney...
"Great program. Being aware of the hidden liabilities not discussed in other courses saves your public image, and big legal fees."

- Cindy Reid, Attorney, Davidson, NC



Questions? 954-748-7698
Legal Advice From A Top Social Media
Attorney In The Public Sector
You are not saving money by ignoring my expert $9 per person social media liability course, you are exposing your department to:

> Officers making career-ending mistakes
> Putting your public image at risk
> Losing public trust and legitimacy
> Paying out big legal damages
> Higher insurance premiums for taxpayers
> Prosecutions that are dismissed
The Biggest Mistake You Can Make Is Placing
Blind Trust On A Social Media Policy Just Because
It Came From A Reputable Organization...
In this case, the in-house attorney drafted the department's social media policy based on information from nationally respected associations and other departments.
The Best Gift You Can Give Your Employees To Protect Their Career And Your Public Image, Is My
$9 Per Person Online Social Media Liability Course
Registration Deadline To Keep
The $9 Per Person Price Ends
In 30 Days

Questions? Call 954-748-7698
The Cost Of This Online Course Is A Drop In The Bucket Compared To The Costs Of Litigation
And Loss Of Public Trust....
*There is a one-time portal set-up fee of $297

Questions? Call 954-748-7698
Courts Reject Verbal Warnings As Adequate Training
To Enforce Your Social Media Policy Under
New 1983 Federal Standards...
Employees Do Work-Related Tasks On Their Personal Devices without Much Oversight.
Courts Rule That All Employees Must Receive Outside Social Media Liability Training...
Every employee has the viral capability on social media platforms to permanently destroy a person's reputation worldwide. Under new 1983 federal standards, it's negligence to only give out verbal warnings and fail to give employees outside expert training on new social media First Amendment and privacy laws.
"Excellent workshop. It caused me to think about
social media in a different way."

- Chief Michael Goldsmith, Norfolk Police, VA
These Social Media Mistakes Undermine The
Legitimacy Of Law Enforcement. That's Why
My Online Course Is So Urgent...
4 San Jose police officers put on leave amid probe into racist Facebook comments
Trinity County Sheriff Deputy placed on administrative leave after posting meme that mocks death of George Floyd.
  • Never fire or discipline an employee without proof that your social media policy was enforced by giving all employees social media liability training.

  • Never place blind trust on a social media policy from another agency, policy service, or trade association. Courts reject 99% of these policies because they aren't written by social media attorney specialist and use vague policy language and overlook key issues.

  • Never use verbal warnings as a substitute for expert social media liability training. Courts reject verbal warnings as adequate 1983 training on such a "high risk" issue.
"We don't need a 30 year digital media law attorney, our attorney has the same expertise to train employees."
"We have a social media policy and gave out verbal warnings to employees. That's enough to protect us."
"Our PIO and social media manager develops our policy and does the training. This protects us from liability."
Law Enforcement Agencies Nationwide Agree,
My Expert $9 Per Person Online Course Can't
Be Done In-House, Mitigates Their Risk Exposure,
And Rebuilds The Public Trust...
"I liked the introduction videos, all the cases and examples you provided. It kept me interested in the subject matter. I especially liked the feedback on each right and wrong answer, it provided a lot of explanation on whether I was right or wrong. You mentioned you have been doing this for thirty years. This course made showed your expertise in the subject matter."

Josefina Guevara, Mendocino County Sheriff, CA
In A Lawsuit, You Are Held Personally Liable For
Ignoring The Obvious Need For All Employees To
Receive Expert Social Media Liability Training...
Judge: "This court holds you personally liable under 42 U.S.C.1983 for failing to give employees affordable expert social media First Amendment, Defamation, and Privacy training to avoid costly social media mistakes. You knew or should have known that firefighters use social media on their personal devices without much monitoring. They can reach millions and permanently destroy a person's reputation worldwide. Therefore the need for expert social media liability training was obvious."
Questions? Call 954-748-7698
My $9 Per Person Course Is An Affordable Solution That Gives You The Documentation You Need To Defend Yourself In A Lawsuit Or Public Complaints...
My $9 Per Person Online Social Media Liability Course Gives You The Documentation You Need
In A Lawsuit Or
Risk Mitigation Audit.
You Receive 2 Enormous Benefits With My Expert Online Social Media Liability Course
Social Media has become an integral part of how a police department communicates with the public. A law enforcement post or tweet can reach millions and become a permanent digital footprint. The average social media lawsuit is $500,000 and up. Even if your insurance company or risk pool covers an employee's social media mistake, you will encounter higher insurance premiums. The net result is that the taxpayer is saddled with paying more taxes for higher insurance premiums. Also, you lose the public trust.
"Mark, excellent course. The risks are too high to use social media without this type of expert training."

- Philip B. Williams, Assistant Sheriff
Orange County, FL
"I want to thank you very much for the course. It was an eye opener. I liked the introduction videos, all the cases and examples you provided. It kept me interested in the subject matter. I especially liked the feedback on each right and wrong answer, they provided a lot of explanation on whether I was right or wrong. You mentioned you have been doing this for thirty years! This course made it really show your expertise in the subject matter."

- Josefina Guevara, Mendocino Country Sheriff's Office, CA
Courts Now Recognize That All Employees Have Broadcasting Power. One Post Or Tweet Can Permanently Destroy A Person's Reputation Worldwide...
My $9 per person online course isn't just a good course where you learn a lot, it's an essential and urgent course that saves a firefighter's career and the department's public image.
Questions? Call 954-748-7698
When You Fire Or Discipline An Employee For Social Media Violations, You'll Be Sued For 1983 Failure To Train, Negligent Policy Drafting,
And Various Other Torts...
3 Embarrassing Questions
You'll Get In Court
To Attack Your Credibility
Judge: Do you have proof that the plaintiff received outside expert social media liability training before you initiated your disciplinary procedures. Your training records only show verbal warnings and a boilerplate policy?
Judge: Why did you reject expert online training that was only $9 per person? Also, why did you claim that your in-house attorney and PIO have the same expertise as a 30 year digital media attorney to train your staff?
Portrait of a male judge pointing
Judge: With so much at stake, why did you place blind trust on boilerplate social media policies written by policy services and other agencies. Did you inquire if the model policy was written by a social media attorney specialist?
Most Employees Use Personal Devices For Work-Related Tasks Without Much Monitoring...
Courts rule that the need for all employees to receive expert social media liability training on the new speech, privacy, and copyright laws is obvious.
It's When Your Officer Will Make A
Costly Social Media Mistake, Not If...
Questions? Call 954-748-7698
In A 1983 Lawsuit, To Prove "Deliberate Indifference"
Plaintiff Attorneys' Show Evidence That The
Decision Maker Was Arrogant And A "Know It All"...
  • I'm not worried about complying with the new 1983 federal standards that require social media policies to be enforced with outside expert employee training. If we get sued our insurance will cover us anyway.

  • We have budget cuts and can't afford $9 per person for outside expert social media liability training. We gave verbal warnings, that's good enough.

  • Our in-house attorney and PIO keep us updated. They have same expertise as a 30 year nationally recognized social media attorney specialist.
Law Enforcement Agencies Have Reached A Fork In The Road With Social Media Policies And Training...
It's Not If An Officer Makes A Mistake, It's When
See 42 U.S.C. 1983 and other cases on the bottom of the flyer.

Questions? 954-748-7698
Other Legal Issues That Make My $9 Per Person
Online Course Urgent For All Employees...
When Tested In A Lawsuit, Departments Are Embarrassed To Find Out That Their Model Social Media Policy From A Reputable Policy Service Or
Trade Association Has Costly Hidden Gaps...

  • Evidence reveals the policy wasn't enforced with outside expert employee training on the new social media speech and privacy laws. This immediately invalidates the social media policy.

  • Evidence reveals that the policy wasn't written by a top social media attorney, it was written by a general or employment law attorney. Key issues and hidden liabilities were overlooked.

  • It was revealed that the model policy uses boilerplate social media language, especially regarding First Amendment "Free Speech" issues.

(See legal authority on bottom of this email flyer)
Without My Online Course
With My Online Course
Over 30,000 Public Employees Can't Be Wrong...
"Great course on the many liabilities public employees and agencies face as it relates to posting on personal and departmental social media platforms. The instructor is very knowledgeable and articulate regarding the course content. Very passionate as well in terms of reinforcing the dangers we all face if social media is not used and or managed properly."

Chief Mark Fountain, Springfield Police Department, VT
"Mark Fiedelholtz's "How To Avoid Social Media Liability online course is a must have training course for any agency or company who wants to protect their employees as well as the company from often misunderstood social media liabilities. Not only is he a knowledgeable trainer, he is also
very responsive."

Lt. Alberto Duenas,
Central Marin Police Authority, CA
Regarding the course:
 
"I made some significant online behavior changes after starting this course. I feel the course was well organized. Your passion on the subject matter translates well into your presentations. You obviously believe the information you present in the course. I felt like I was getting several meetings with my lawyer and some solid advise on how better to protect myself and my agency. 
You also gave me some tools to comfortably navigate my presence online. Thank you for that.
 
Anyone in the public sector should be learning this stuff. Even if you're already pretty careful with your social media presence, you are going to learn more. More importantly, you will get some facts and statistics to pass around to your cohorts."

Zohar Zaied, Mendocino County Sheriff's Office, CA
When You Make My Online Social Media Liability Course Mandatory Training For All Employees, You Create Trust Among Employees And The Public That You Care About A Person's Civil Rights On Social Media.
If You Think That You Can't Afford A $9 Per Person Expert Online Course From A Nationally Respected Social Media Attorney, You Need To Immediately Stop Using Social Media.
"Great course Mark. I not only learned how much I didn't know about social media liability, but was amazed to find out what I did know was wrong."

- Division Chief Louis Carnell, Hillsborough Co., FL
Registration Deadline Ends In 30 Days
Group Price: $9 Per Person
One-Time Portal Set-Up Fee Of $297

Questions? Call 954-748-7698.
There is a one-time portal set-up fee of $297 Per Government Entity. The portal fee is discounted for risk pools or associations with multiple members.
Do You Need To Take Our Online Course Out For A Test Drive Before Training All Your Employees?
If So, Our Single Rate $79 Per Person (1 to 4 People)

(If you decide to purchase the group rate, we credit you back
your single registrations towards the portal fee.)

Call 954-748-7698 For Our Low $9 Per Person Group Rates
Work At Your Own Pace: 24/7 Access
Big Benefits Of Our Online Programs
  • Work at your own pace
  • No travel
  • No overtime
  • 24/7 access
  • Set your own deadline for completion
  • Excellent support
  • Participant progress reports available
  • Course completion certificates
4 Powerful Course Formats To Satisfy Your Needs...
2 HOURS

  • One year to finish the course
  • Modules are easy to follow
  • Course is for non-lawyers
  • Take quizzes again and again
  • Legal updates all year

(Approved for 2 hours: RN16629)
4 HOURS

  • One year to finish the course
  • Modules are easy to follow
  • Course is for non-lawyers
  • Take quizzes again and again
  • Legal updates all year

(Approved for 4 hours: RN 16630)
6 HOURS

  • One year to finish the course
  • Modules are easy to follow
  • Course is for non-lawyers
  • Take quizzes again and again
  • Legal updates all year

(Approved for 6 hours: RN16368)
IN-SERVICE FORMAT

  • Add Phone Conference
  • Study Guide
  • Paper Copy Of Quizzes
  • Excellent Technical Support
  • Legal updates all year

(Can be done as a one day course)
New Virtual In-Service Group Training Option
< Includes Facilitator Trainer Guide
< Includes Course Class Materials To Copy
< Includes Course Quizzes To Copy
< Includes Course Support On Class Day

* You can deliver the in-service group training session
in a 6 hour, 4 hour, or 2 hour session.
Call 954-748-7698 For Program Details
EYE-OPENING TESTIMONIAL ON OUR
NEW VIRTUAL GROUP TRAINING PROGRAM

"Having recognized our officers were inadequately informed about use of social media, the Natchez Police Department sought a class to correct the problem. Social Media Liability, by Mark Fiedelholtz quickly became the best choice.

 As offered, the class was for individual on-line study, over 12 months. The Natchez Police Department did not want that. Rather, we wanted a classroom version where we could look the students in the face and make sure they got the information. 

The course was modified by the instructor to take the same six hours, but through a classroom monitor, on-line. The class proctor was able to stop the several segments as needed to allow class discussion, point out elements of our policy and review where former employees had abridged the policy. As the instructor was not present, students were able to easily make pertinent comments without concern of being rude or interrupting.

The course material was laid out in manageable portions. There was no fluff in the six hours with useful material and to the point. Additional resources were offered and the cost very reasonable especially given the alternative consequences. Each student was given a link to the entire course, by email, for future review.

Through this course the Natchez Police Department did not become social media bullet proof but we laid on some good armor." 

Approved By Chief Walter Armstrong, Captain Thomas McGhee
City of Natchez Police Department
Simple 3 Step Registration Process
Send an email to mark@newsocialmedialaw.com
with your participant names and email addresses. You can always add more people later on.
I send out invitations to your participants within 24 hours of receiving your list. Your employees make up their own password and they have 24/7 access on any device.
My office will send out an invoice after we send out your course invitations. We can also send out a credit card link upon request.
Yes, Receiving Advice From A 30 Year Digital Media Law Expert Who Has Trained Over 100,000
Public Employees Does Make A Difference...
Why The City Of Moberly Hired Me To Train All Their City Employees And Update Their Policy

Clearly Established Laws

Social Media and Smartphones Are High Risk Platforms:  Packingham v. North Carolina 137 S. Ct. 1730 (2017), Riley v. California 134 S. Ct. 2473 (2014), Elonis v. U.S. 135 S. Ct. 2001 (2015). Privacy Issues:  First and Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, City of Ontario, California v. Quon 130 S. Ct. 2619 (2010). Libel: New York Times Co. v. Sullivan, 376 US 254 - 1964, Gertz v. Robert Welch, Inc., 418 US 323 - 1974

Unprotected Opinions : Milkovich v. Lorain Journal Company, 497 U.S. 1 (1990). 

Obvious Need For More In-Depth Training: 42 U.S. 1983, City of Canton, Ohio v. Harris 489 U.S. 378 (1989), Monell v. Department of Social Services, 436 U.S. 658 (1978), Powers v. Lightner, 820 F.2d 818 (7th Cir. 1987), Conn v. City of Reno 572 F.3d 1047 (2009), Brown v. Gray 227 F.3d 1278 (10th Cir. 2000), Walker v. City of New York 507 U.S. 961 (1993), Brown v. Bryan County, Oklahoma 219 F3d 450 (5th Cir. 2000), Kniepp v. Philadelphia (3rd Cir. 1996), Davis v. Mason County 927 F.2d 1473 (9th Cir. 1991), Graham v. Connor 490 U.S. 386 (1989),

No Qualified Immunity: Qualified immunity applies so long as the official conduct of the individual defendant "does not violate clearly established statutory or constitutional rights of which a reasonable person would have known. Harlow v. Fitzgerald, 457 U.S. 800, 818 (1982),  White v. Pauly, 137 S. Ct. 548, 551 (2017), Anderson v. Creighton, 483 U.S. 635, 640 (1987), Pearson v. Callahan, 555 U.S. 223 (2009). Cahoo v SAS Analytics Inc. 912 F.3d 887 (Cir. 2019).

High Liability Issues That Require More Than A Policy:: Faragher v. City of Boca Raton, 524 U.S. 775 (1998), Burlington Industries Inc. v. Ellerth, 524 U.S. 742(1998). State of Mind For Punitive Damages Kolstad v. American Dental Ass'n, 119 S. Ct. 218 (1999). Deletion and Blocking: Knight First Amendment v. Trump 302 F. Supp. 3d 541 (2018), Page v. Lexington County School District One 531 F.3d 275 (4th Cir. 2008), Virginia v. Black 538 U.S. 343 (2003),Good News Club v. Milford Central School, 533 U.S. 98, 200 Denver Area Education. Telecommunications Consortium, Inc. v. F.C.C. 518 U.S. 727 (1996), Gitlow v. New York, 288 U.S. 652 (1925)

Federal Courts Rule That Speech On Social Media Is Inherent Disruptive Of A Public Employer's Operations: Richardson v. Beckon 337 F. App'x 637 (9th Cir. 2009), Snipes v. Volusia Count, 704 F. App'x 848 (11th Circuit 2017). Dible v. City of Chandler, 515 F3d 918 (9th Circuit 2008).
Phone: 954-748-7698

Main Website: www.legallysafesocialmedia.com

Email: mark@newsocialmedialaw.com

Address: Effective Communications Inc.
13506 Summerport Village Pkwy.
Windermere, FL 34786
New Policy Development Online Course

Have Me Review Your Social Media Policy To Close Hidden Gaps Created By The New Federal Standards, Or Register For My Expert Policy Update Course...
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How To Write An Airtight Social Media Policy That Complies With New Federal Standards
“Mark, thanks to you, our city manager approved your Social Media and Records Management Policy you did for us. Your assistance in this entire process is greatly appreciated."
    
Pat Cabrera, Office of the City Clerk, Las Vegas, NV
Phone: 954-748-7698

Main Website: www.legallysafesocialmedia.com

Email: mark@newsocialmedialaw.com

Address: Effective Communications Inc.
13506 Summerport Village Pkwy.
Windermere, FL 34786