Your tax dollars are hard at work, threatening people.
Last night during the council meeting, city attorney Dean Frieders not once but twice discussed a “fake” City of DeKalb page on Facebook. The first time he described it as “libelous” and the second, egged on by Ald. Naylor, he pondered whether anything about it was “actionable.”
I found the page before meeting’s end and, to my amusement, it had 40 more “likes” than the official City of DeKalb page. I myself “liked” it immediately. Since then it’s been taken down, though. I don’t know if the page owner did it or if a city employee finally figured out s/he could just complain to Facebook like normal people do. Read the rest of this entry