The intersection of social networking and the workplace
The National Labor Relations Board has accused a Connecticut company of illegally firing an employee after she made disparaging remarks about her boss on Facebook. Midmorning looks at the risks of airing your personal and professional dirty laundry on social networking sites.
- Evan Brown: Technology and intellectual property attorney in Chicago. He also writes about the law and technology on his blog, Internet Cases.
- Owen Tripp: co-founder and Chief Operating officer of Reputation Defender, a company that helps businesses and consumers control their online data.