It seems that social media has taken over how people live their lives and conduct business. Social media sites have wonderful benefits, allowing people to keep in touch with others despite distance and years. However, they have a downside as well; it is almost impossible to limit who sees information posted on social media. Even if a user has tight security settings, his or her connections may not keep pictures and other information private. As a result, many people in Pennsylvania are turning to social media clauses in legal arrangements related to family law.
A social media clause can be utilized in a variety of different ways. Primarily, a clause in a prenuptial agreement, for example, would prevent a person from sharing information about a person's personal and business life unless he or she receives written consent prior to posting a picture or information. These clauses prevent certain others from sharing information that is determined to be protected.