First of all, let me say this is not about IDX or broker reciprocity. This subject is more about social media postings. Routinely I notice on online social media real estate marketing agents showing pictures of other agents listings, and Blog about the listing with all the details as if it were there own. I often wonder does the real listing agent know this is occurring. For a consumer if they look at the post quickly, it will appear as if it is the listing of the poster...it is not! That is very deceptive to the public and may violate state real estate license law, and or local MLS rules and regulation and the NAR code of ethics. State laws may vary but usually agents within the same brokerage company may do so if they have their brokers permission. Agents are not allowed in most states to advertise another brokers listing. In Georgia it is not allowed.* Before you act, it is always wise to check with your broker first, abide by all state real estate license laws, and the NAR Code of Ethics!
*It is now allowed, but with permission of both brokers.