Privacy Advisor

Regulating the use of social media across continents

Social media policies attempt to grapple with the impact that employee conduct online may have on the reputation, business interests and legal obligations of an organization. They do this by guiding employees on appropriate online behavior and prohibiting certain conduct. In a world characterized by constant connection to online devices and the blurring of professional and private lives, striking a balance that respects personal autonomy while protecting legitimate employer interests can be a delicate task.

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