The so-called “Facebook” seems to be a bit exotic in the state sometimes known as “Nebraska”

From the “Nebraska Court of Appeals,” in In re Austin W. & Linda W. (Neb. Ct. App. Feb. 25, 2014):

After moving to Las Vegas, Jack claimed that he attempted to maintain contact with his children through his uncle’s “Facebook” account. However, according to Jack, 2 weeks after he moved, Jennifer learned that Jack had been using the uncle’s “Facebook” account and blocked the uncle from her and the children’s “Facebook” accounts.

As Jim Dedman (Abnormal Use) points out, what’s with all the scare quotes? (A sad case otherwise, by the way, as most “In re [Children’s Names]” cases are.)

Eugene Volokh teaches free speech law, religious freedom law, church-state relations law, a First Amendment Amicus Brief Clinic, and tort law, at UCLA School of Law, where he has also often taught copyright law, criminal law, and a seminar on firearms regulation policy.

opinions

volokh-conspiracy

Success! Check your inbox for details. You might also like:

Please enter a valid email address

See all newsletters

Comments
Show Comments

Sign up for email updates from the "Confronting the Caliphate" series.

You have signed up for the "Confronting the Caliphate" series.

Thank you for signing up
You'll receive e-mail when new stories are published in this series.
Most Read National

opinions

volokh-conspiracy

Success! Check your inbox for details.

See all newsletters

Next Story
Orin Kerr · March 28, 2014