Privacy in the Cyber-space Era: Have We All Become Public Figures?
Robert S. Peck and Brandy Ward with Holly Elissa Bruno
|With the growth and popularity of social network, the meaning privacy is being redefined. How can a school administrator prevent staff, parents of students from posting unflattering, private or inappropriate information about the school or staff on line?|
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Robert S. Peck is President of the Center for Constitutional Litigation, P.C., a Washington, D.C. law firm devoted to appellate practice. His practice brings him regularly before the U.S. Supreme Court, as well as state supreme courts. Brandy Ward is the editor of the Journal of Islamic Law and Culture, and the Lieutenant Governor of National Communications for the Tenth Circuit of the American Bar Association Student Law Division. Brandy was reviously a news reporter, an EMT and an early childhood education teacher.
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