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Tweet this: Social Networking May Count in EDD

National Law Journal
White Paper |
Dec 2, 2012

Employees’ use of social-networking sites is challenging corporate legal departments when they have to engage in electronic discovery preservation and collections – and when they seek to monitor and control corporate communications. Here’s one of many frightening scenarios: An employee at lunch, sitting among hundreds of other workers in the corporation’s cafeteria, uses a company-owned “smart phone” connected to the company’s wireless network to tweet on Twitter, commenting on a recent departmental meeting…

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