Tag Archives: free speech

Is Clicking Like Really Saying Anything?

I received a very timely and thought provoking question for today’s burning question: Is clicking “Like” to a Facebook post making a public statement sufficient to get someone in trouble? I should probably start by asking – who do I ...

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Another Facebook Question in Florida

Just a month after a Miami-Dade firefighter created a racially charged controversy with statements posted to his personal Facebook page, a second Florida firefighter finds himself under the microscope for comments he made about the citizens he serves. Eric Johnson ...

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Facebook Comments Spark Outrage

The fallout over the Facebook comments by Miami-Dade Captain Brian Beckmann on the Trayvon Martin shooting case continue to keep folks in Florida and beyond on edge. Captain Beckmann’s commentary on “urban youth” and “ignorant, pathetic” parents reignited the simmering controversy that ...

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