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The Social Media Law Blog is a forum for lawyers, compliance personnel, human resources managers, and other professionals who are struggling with the legal implications of social media across a broad variety of topics. Working professionals and Bloomberg BNA editors may share ideas, raise issues, and network with colleagues to build a community of knowledge on this rapidly evolving topic. The ideas presented here are those of individuals, and Bloomberg BNA bears no responsibility for the appropriateness or accuracy of the communications between group members.



Social Media Law

Meg McEvoy

Legal Editor

Meg McEvoy is a legal editor for Bloomberg BNA’s Privacy & Data Security Resource Center. Meg holds a B.A. in English from the University of Virginia and earned her J.D. from William & Mary Law School, where she served as Senior Notes Editor of the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal. Meg also worked as a journalist for the C-VILLE Weekly in Charlottesville, Virginia, where she covered a range of topics, including social media.

Most Recent Posts

Social Media Companies, Legislators Seek Transparency on PRISM (8/15/2013)
LivingSocial Reports Drop in Profitability Due to Cyber-Attack (8/1/2013)
Rapper Eminem Alleges Facebook Home Ads Infringe Copyright (5/31/2013)
Norway Ombudsman: Counterfeit Ads on Facebook a Problem (5/23/2013)
States Consider Barring Access to Students’ Social Media Accounts (5/17/2013)