Employers and Facebook Face More Class-Action Lawsuits

Summary Social media platforms are used for recruiting job candidates, placing housing [...]

Why Every Business Needs a Social Media Policy

If your employees are using social media for either personal or professional use, a workplace social media policy is a crucial element in your compliance and risk management toolkit. Regulated companies and professional firms generally have higher business risks than other types of businesses.

How to Write A Website Privacy Policy

A Website Privacy Policy is an agreement that’s published on a business website which describes how a company collects, stores and distributes the personal data of its users. If you’re a company that operates in the United States and have a website, a website Privacy Policy is mandatory if you’re collecting any type of information that’s personal. At a minimum, this includes any commercial website that has simple contact forms, email links or other ways for users to communicate with the company.

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7 Ways Employee Privacy Laws Impact Social Media in the Workplace

In social media, the rights of employees and their personal privacy can quickly become tangled with the business interests of an employer.

Voter Data “SAFE” Site Not So Safe?

Someone at the Commission, the White House and maybe even the U. S. Army Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center (AMRDEC) might want to check and make sure that the SAFE site actually is ...safe.

A Social Media Definition: Why Defining Social Media is Important to Regulated Industries

A strong social media definition helps to categorize various types of social media platforms, capabilities and features. A good social media definition is the foundation for a workplace social media policy and processes by clarifying distinctions between types of social networks, accounts and user behavior.