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Emerging Legal Issues in Social Media: Part II

By Ken Strutin, Published on March 21, 2011

This is the second installment of an examination of notable and new developments in social media and legal practice. Part One highlighted important statutes, case law, ethics opinions, along with extensive news media coverage of law-related social media issues. Part Two focuses on recent items that have appeared in professional journals and blogs, 1 law reviews, reports, books and secondary resources, along with references to current awareness sources. 2

PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS and BLOGS

LAW REVIEWS

REPORTS

BOOKS

SECONDARY RESOURCES

CURRENT AWARENESS BLOGS



1 It also includes noteworthy news articles that were posted after the publication of Part One.

2 This article does not address the advent of social media search engines or related issues. See, e.g., Clint Boulton, Google Social Search Spreads to Fight Facebook, eWeek, Feb. 17, 2011; Michael Calore, First Look at RockMelt, a Browser Built For Facebook Freaks, Wired, Nov. 7, 2010.