A member of a private organization who alleges retaliation and violation of his 1st Amendment right to free speech, as a result of messages that he posted on Facebook, may not be entitled to a temporary restraining order, absent any indication that the alleged retaliation took place pursuant to government authority.
Jones v. Lobo
U.S. District Court
July 30, 2012
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