Striking Back Against Online Impersonation

For a public figure, detrimental Twitter, Facebook or other social media impersonation could cause substantial damages, particularly where his or her social media presence is tied to their work.

January 31, 2012

Reprinted with permission from the Daily Journal. ©2012 Daily Journal Corporation. All rights reserved.

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