Facebook, Twitter, and the Law: What Every CIO Should Know About Social Media

June 6, 2011

By Diana J. P. McKenzie, published on June 6, 2011, on CIO Insight.

Right now, the intersection of social media and the law looks a lot like a street corner where the traffic signal has just stopped working: Things are moving much too fast and you know there’s bound to be an accident or two. One of the few things we can say with any certainty is that the state of the law of social media will be vastly different 12 months from now.

With millions of people continuing to share online gigabytes-worth of what was once relatively private information, no business can be completely safe from the unintended and often harmful consequences of all that information being released into the wild.

The full article is published on CIO Insight.

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