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Social media 101 The long arm of the cyber law: social networking and jurisdictional issues Served through Facebook: social networking and service of process The Facebook divorce: social networking and family law Foiled by Facebook: use of social networking evidence in criminal matters Who are you going to believe, me or my Facebook page? Social networking and personal injury cases Social media and employment law Libel by Twitter: the collision of social media and defamation law You are what you post: discoverability and evidentiary issues and social networking Digging in the digital dirt: some practical pointers on discovery Facebook, eh? Social networking and Canadian law Intellectual property concerns in the age of social networking Disclosure and the Twitter nation: social media and securities law Ethical issues and social networking Why can't we be friends? Judges and social networking Social networking and jury selection Dangers of the online juror Social media and the first amendment Social media and attorney marketing What does the future hold? Social media and evolving crimes, causes of action, defenses, and legal duties.