|By Pat Romanski||
|November 20, 2012 11:00 AM EST||
Companies are engaging customers and prospects on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and through blogs and posts on internal or external websites. But are they in compliance with legal requirements related to social media, not to mention privacy?
Answering questions on every general counsel's and compliance officer's mind, "Social Media and the Shifting Information Compliance Landscape," sets the stage by tracing regulators' steps to incorporating social network interactions into mainstream legal requirements. In this paper, general counsel learn about the impact that pervasive social communications can have on pre-trial discovery obligations, including compliance with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
Packed with practical advice and included in the paper, a ‘model solution for social media' presents four best practices to help counsel play by the rules in the new social arena. Also covered are tips on capturing private information along with the forms of risk that possession of this type of content may create for the organization.
Readers will learn about addressing existing, new, and emerging social media governance requirements, as well as the nature of obligations, how business and employees engage in social media, and the solutions necessary to stay compliant. This new white paper offers counsel a go-forward plan for protecting their corporation from the latest information compliance threat: social media interactions.
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