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Since the AVVO search is not permitting me to search for Internet + Military Law, I am posting this question.
When a service members engages in posting on the public social media sites outside of duty hours but with profile pics and description connecting the servicemember to the military, there are some risks for the servicemember, even if the posts are not harmful or adverse. Due to the nature of military organisations, the employer could take adverse actions based on the servicemembers conduct. How does a Servicemember "notify" the military not to take any adverse actions purely based on the internet social media posts and not to stalk/lurk/check up on their public profile any more or less than what they would do for other servicemembers of the same rank.