Exploring the Legal Issues Presented by the Rise of Sophisticated Social Media

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The First Amendment, which prohibits the government from abridging freedom of speech or freedom of the press, may lead people to believe they can say or print just about anything. However, there are limits on free speech. You cannot falsely shout fire, or shout anything in a crowded auditorium that would generally cause panic and harm. Continue reading

How Lawyers Can Gain Clients and Promote Their Practice Through Facebook

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Promoting your practice on social media sites such as Facebook is a free and easy way to promote your business and gain new clients. With 750 million users, Facebook is the fast way to turn followers into customers. If you haven’t started using Facebook to promote your practice, chances are your competitors have. Continue reading

Best Apps for Losing Weight

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Exercise and the proper nutrition is all part of a healthy diet. An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Blah, blah, blah. You’ve heard it all before and still you’d rather play your video games, watch your big screen televisions or use your smartphones. Technology has taken over your minds and your bodies. But who’s to say that you can’t combine the two? Why not use your smartphones and work your body at the same time? Continue reading

Technology and College Admissions

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Historically, the college admissions process has been paper-intensive. Students have long associated the process of applying to college with gathering and mailing admission forms, essays, recommendations, and transcripts. Oh, the joy of getting paper cuts, licking envelopes, and living next to the mailbox! Continue reading