Apr 222015
 
 April 22, 2015  Posted by  Court, Online, U.S., Workplace

Martha Neil reports:

Jeremy Alcede personally maintained the Facebook and Twitter accounts for his former Texas gun store and shooting range.

He thought of them as his own, and didn’t hesitate to inject his political views as he publicized Tactical Firearms in Katy.

But a federal bankruptcy judge disagreed, and ordered Alcede to turn over the passwords to the new operator of the gun store, finding the social media accounts to be business assets even though Alcede has removed the Tactical Firearms moniker and substituted his own, according to the Houston Chronicle.

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