The NLRB isn’t quite done interfering with your internet use policies. You may remember the complaint issued by the NLRB last month against a Connecticut ambulance service that fired an employee for trashing her employer on her Facebook page.  In the new Student Transportation of America case, also out of Connecticut, the NLRB expands that ruling to go after the employer’s rules against using “electronic communication and/or social media in a manner that may target, offend, disparage or harm customers, passengers or employees” and “making demeaning/derogatory statements about the company, fellow employees and customers.”  In other words, they expanded past the enforcement of a company policy to finding the existence of such a policy in violation.