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September 14, 2011

Engel on Thursday Philly Panel

I will be speaking on the constitutional issues surrounding social media sites at Rosemont College's Constitution Day.

Here is the description:

We the Ppl of the Internet @ge:  The intersection of the Constitution and social media.

Presented by: Joshua Engel, J.D.

Thursday, September 15th at 7:00 p.m. in Lawrence Auditorium

If you have ever tweeted, flickred, statused, tumblred, liked, poked, checked in or linked in, you'll definitely want to be at this event! How far does your freedom of speech go? What constitutes unreasonable search and seizure online? Can law enforcement officials use your e-mail or social networking sites to get information they are looking for?  Join us for a discussion about law and ethics, and learn what role they play in how the Constitution interacts with your favorite social networking and social media sites.

 If you are in the Philly area, please stop by, say hello, and join in the conversation.


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