Residential Associations and Social Media: Legal Considerations

The rapid development and availability of mass social communication tools that has occurred over the last dozen years or so has been transformative. Anyone from our grandmothers to the largest multinational corporations can have a social media presence, using platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, as well as more niche platforms, and can almost instantly communicate and have dialogue with audiences of up to millions of people.   Read the article………..


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