INTERNET LAW; TORTS: PERSONAL INJURY; CIVIL PROCEDURE: DISCOVERY: PLAINTIFF DOES NOT HAVE REASONABLE EXPECTATION OF PRIVACY IN PHOTOGRAPHS THAT SHE HAS POSTED ON FACEBOOK REGARDLESS OF HER PRIVACY SETTINGS: RELEVANCE OF PHOTOGRAPHS OVERWHELMS PLAINTIFF’S MINIMAL PRIVACY INTERESTS: STORED COMMUNICATIONS ACT DOES NOT APPLY TO INDIVIDUALS WHO USE THE COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES PROVIDED; APPEALS: CERTIORARI

Nucci v. Target Corporation, ___ So. 3d ___, 40 Fla. L. Weekly D166 (Fla. 4th DCA January 7, 2015)

The trial court ordered the plaintiff in a slip and fall case to produce all photographs depicting her on her Facebook account from the period two years before the accident to the present, and the appellate court denied the plaintiff’s … Click To Read Full Case Law Review...