Law360, New York (November 10, 2016, 5:57 PM EST) -- In today’s viral age, national embarrassment is never further than a few taps on a smartphone away.
A few weeks ago, a Checkers fast food restaurant in Philadelphia was abruptly closed for cleaning after a Facebook Live video showing employees describing lewd acts they committed at work garnered tens of thousands of views. In the video, employees claimed they had sex with customers and wiped hamburger buns on the floor. At one point, an employee lit a cigarette in the restaurant’s kitchen.
The broadcasting and publishing powers once held exclusively by newspapers and TV stations are now wielded by anyone with...
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