Tag Archives: Social

Immigrants Planning to Enter U.S. Must Turn Over Five Years of Social Media History

The U.S. State Department has announced that it will be requiring the vast majority of immigrants seeking visas to enter the U.S. to provide five years of detailed social media history usage, including their usernames for popular social media platforms … Continue reading

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How Social Media Can Lead to Criminal Charges in the State of Texas

In the state of Texas, cyberbullying is defined as a person who uses any means of electronic communications in order to engage in bullying or intimidation of another person. As a result, messages and posts on widely-used social media platforms … Continue reading

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Mullins on Deontic Detachment & the Social Facts Thesis

Rob Mullins (The University of Queensland – T.C. Beirne School of Law) has posted Legal Positivism and Deontic Detachment (Ratio Juris, 2018, 31(1)) on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: I consider a puzzle that arises when the logical principle known as ‘deontic … Continue reading

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Political, Social, and Environmental Shareholder Resolutions: Do they Create or Destroy Shareholder Value?

Posted by Joseph P. Kalt (Harvard University & Compass Lexecon) and L. Adel Turki (Compass Lexecon), on Sunday, June 17, 2018 Editor's Note: Joseph P. Kalt is the Ford Foundation Professor (Emeritus) of International Political Economy at the John F. … Continue reading

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A Very Social Judge

The Michigan Judicial Tenure Commision has filed charges of misconduct against a District Court judge. She allegedly failed to disclose a relationship with a police officer who was a key witness in a murder case in which she presided After… … Continue reading

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