This is an interesting article on a topic I had not considered. In the story a worker for one candidate checked on Facebook that he liked the other candidate. When he was fired, he took his former employer to court saying his right to free speech was being violated. The case opens up a whole new discussion of what free speech means in a virtual context. Could “liking” someone on Facebook could be considered harrassment in some circumstances? Could something you say online ever be considered a verbal contract? What does privacy even mean in a world where all the information is interconnected?