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My Top Posts in 2014

Not wanting to miss the bandwagon of year-end blogging, I present the following list of my most popular posts in 2014.

The one you liked best from this year was Augmented Reality Gamer Detained By Police, which detailed the first reported (by someone else) instance of police finding an AR gamer's activities sufficiently suspicious to warrant temporary detention. I had previously predicted such encounters and relayed the stories of local gamers who'd had similar experiences. More have happened since.

After four years of blogging now, though, it turns out that some of my most popular posts have some staying power. For the first time, each of the top five posts you read the most this year were ones originally posted before this year. They are:
Social Media and Student Discipline in Public Schools

Common Law Invasion of Privacy Claims in Social Media

Authentication of Social Media Evidence

For Your Social Media Policy, NLRB Says: Think Walmart

10 Reasons NOT to "Declare" Your Copyrights and Privacy on Facebook

Now the pressure is on me to write something even more interesting in 2015. And I've got some ideas! Stay tuned, and Happy New Year.