The Social Media Lawyer: What is the Board’s Role in the Association’s Facebook Page?

In the Winter 2012 issue of CIC Midwest News, I discuss the issues when an association-maintained community establishes a Facebook group or page through as a communications device.  I created such a group for my neighborhood and it’s become a vital tool not only for the Board of Directors to communicate official information to residents, but it also functions as an Angie’s List/Craiglist/Lost and Found. 

My “Social Media Lawyer” column addresses issues that an association board can expect to deal with when residents use a Facebook group to communicate.  You can read the article here.