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Breaking stupid: A hella-dumb Facebook invasion-of-privacy claim

From the state that just loves our sloppy seconds -- out-of-work wide receiver who cries about a fumbling quarterback say, "What. It's unfair. That's my quarterback." -- comes this case about a Facebooking emergency medical technician from Texas. To protect the innocent -- in the...

Everything's bigger in Texas. Even the Facebook stupidity.

A Texas court held earlier this month that an employer lawfully fired a paramedic who posted on the Facebook page of a co-worker that she wanted to slap a patient. But, the plaintiff's rant isn't the worst of it. When warned by a co-worker that the plaintiff's Facebook post was accessible...

A Really Bad Boss and a Really Awful Invasion of Privacy

This lawsuit, which we'll file in the category of "Ultimate Jerks at Work," was reported by Kashmir Hill on Forbes.com . Here's the story, as alleged in the lawsuit. Jonathan Bruns was working for a staffing agency when he was placed with a company in Houston, Texas. According to...