Two YouTube fails in one morning? This is further proof of what we advised earlier: tread on social media with caution.
This morning, we saw that a purported law student had posted a self-recorded video of her disgusting racist rant at Dunkin' Donuts employees over a receipt dispute. Now, we have a lawyer who compromised a case, violated multiple rules of professionalism, and revealed a confidential informant, all by posting a video obtained in discovery on YouTube, and per the disciplinary report, on "an internet site known as Facebook." Whatever that is.
What was missing here -- social media savvy, a knowledge of basic ethical obligations, or simple common sense?