September 2019 Bar bulletin
By Robert Morgan
Social media has claimed a spot as one of the most prevalent forces in American life throughout the past decade. The American people expect news to be filtered through testimonials borrowed from Twitter or Facebook profiles, which provide a personal account of news stories in real time.
Also dominating social media profiles are subjects such as entertainment, fitness and scholarly articles that serve the demands of a hungry populous. In an increasingly interconnected world, people are eager not only to process information from others online, but also seek to share more of their own lives for a piece of the online...