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Should People Be Barred From Facebook Rants? [POLL]

Recently, an appellate court ruled that a mom’s rights were not being violated by a decision that bars her from ranting about her kids and ex-husband on Facebook.

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The order was part of the woman’s 2011 probation agreement. She was not to speak about her kids or her husband  on the social media site.

Some people get out of hand with their rants about others with no recourse to those being ripped apart. The person being attacked has no real way to defend themselves against what may even be inaccurate statements. Should there be more cases such as this one where people would be barred fro personal attacks and rants on Facebook or other social media platforms?

Take the poll below and let us know what you think.

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