In today’s modern world, “speech” is so much more than the spoken or written word. Throughout the course of history, so many different actions have been categorized as speech and protected under what may be our country’s most impactful guiding principle—the First Amendment. It is somewhat surprising then that a Facebook “like,” in the eyes of a Virginia court, is insufficient speech to warrant constitutional protection. Morrison Foerster‘s Debbie Rosenbaum, author on the Socially Aware blog, joins us to explain Bland v. Roberts, why the “like” isn’t considered speech and how this applies to other social media activities.