Originally Posted by Debra
you have an open but no close on a blockquote
In a time when chat rooms, social networking and online forums are commonplace, how far can a company go in monitoring them for negative comments from discontented employees before they are guilty of “cybersnooping”?</p>
A case decided last week, involving two servers at the Houston’s Restaurant in Hackensack, posed that question, and a federal jury in U.S. District Court in Newark found there were clearly limits.</p>
The jury sided with servers Brian Pietrylo and Doreen Marino, concluding that Houston’s managers violated state and federal electronic communications laws when they entered into a private MySpace page on which workers criticized the company.</p>
Interesting. There is
a </blockquote> tag when I view the post in html edit mode, but it is after the text that follows a break. Here's what I was seeing in my html editor:
<blockquote>In a time when chat rooms... etc.
The jury found the company guilty only of violating the state and federal communications laws, and concluded that its actions had been malicious.</blockquote>
I guess the interfered somehow and I need to learn to close blockquote before that code and then re-open blockquote after it. When I do that, it does fix the problem.