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Trademarks

The Secret To Becoming Verified On Instagram And Other Social Networks

Everyone wants it, but nobody seems to know the best method to accomplishing it. In 2019, the aforesaid statement absolutely refers to Instagram verification. Being verified on Instagram is not only a status symbol. It helps with obtaining likes and followers, assists in the case that you have a dispute with Instagram and allows you […]

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First Amendment

A First Amendment Look at Limiting Social Media

The following article was written by Cyle Kiger. In “The Right Balance of Social Media,” I explained a few of the legal implications of how the NCAA and universities could look at monitoring social media.  I came to the conclusion that there should be a moderate amount of monitoring, without a complete ban on social media […]

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Law Review/Journal Articles

Problematic Nature of Social Media for the NCAA

The following article was written by Spencer Wingate. Jerry R. Parkinson’s article “The Impact of Social Media on NCAA Infractions Cases” does an excellent job of analyzing the increasing importance of social media for the NCAA. The article demonstrates how new frontiers of communication serve as a mechanism to influence public perception and bring about possible […]

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Law Review/Journal Articles

The Right Balance of Social Media

The following article was written by Cyle Kiger. Facebook and Twitter rule the technology and social media world.  The growing popularity of such sites get student-athletes into some murky waters and the NCAA hasn’t failed to notice.  Regulation is what the National Collegiate Athletic Association is known for by formal fans, and the entity universities look […]