Judge denies Home Depot’s demand for worker’s emotion-laden Facebook posts

Posted September 18, 2012

A federal California judge has ruled that Home Depot can’t rummage through a former worker’s Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or other social media posts and pictures to prove that she lied about emotional distress caused by her employer’s alleged wrongdoing.

But some of her Facebook posts are fair game.

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One Response to “Judge denies Home Depot’s demand for worker’s emotion-laden Facebook posts”

  1. Eli November 14, 2012 6:05 pm
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    lol huh? This makes no sense. Judges don’t understand the internet…