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            In the year 2020, use of social media services to communicate with friends and families has replaced letter writing and telephone calls as a primary vehicle of staying connected.  Use of the social media services is not without its drawbacks.  False identity representation in dating services and as a means to steal is rampant.  Social media users also don’t always realize the impact postings can have on their employment when employers use sophisticated background checks that reveal public postings by an applicant.  However, there is another problem that few appreciate other than

Negligence: This week, the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York, Second Department handed down a decision in the case of MUSSARA v. MEGA FUNWORKS, INC., 2011-01511 (2d Dept 10-10-2012). The case involved an appeal by the plaintiffs, in an action to recover damages for personal injuries against defendant Mega Funworks, Inc., doing business as Splashdown Park in Fishkill, New York.

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