Sep 242010
 September 24, 2010  Posted by  Court, Featured News, Online

Noeleen G. Walder reports:

A plaintiff must give a defendant access to private postings from two social networking sites that could contradict claims she made in a personal injury action, a Suffolk County, N.Y., judge has ruled.

Acting Supreme Court Justice Jeffrey Arlen Spinner (See Profile) held that precluding defendant Steelcase Inc. from accessing Kathleen Romano’s private postings on Facebook and MySpace “not only would go against the liberal discovery policies of New York favoring pretrial disclosure, but would condone Plaintiff’s attempt to hide relevant information behind self-regulated privacy settings.”


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