Want to keep your job? Think twice before you post that rant on social media...

There can be severe consequences for employees or former employees who recklessly take to social media to unleash their prejudice, says expert Emma Sadlier.

According to Sadlier, employers can terminate an employment relationship if their company is brought into disrepute by an employees social media posts.

Sadlier said it is possible that statuses and tweets can legally justify cases of crimen injuria.

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In light of recent controversial comments by estate agent Penny Sparrow, Justin Van Vuuren and economist Chris Hart, there have been reignited calls to criminalise prejudice online content.

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