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Posted on November 16, 2011

Odds are that many of your employees regularly visit online social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. It’s also likely that more than a few maintain their own blogs. You may even have employees that maintain sites on behalf of your organization. Should an employer care about what employees are doing online? Absolutely! During this webcast, our speakers help nonprofits understand the following risks related to social networking activities:

  • Discrimination and harassment
  • Copyright infringement
  • Protection of your organization’s proprietary and confidential information
  • Other legal risks for employers
  • How to use social media safely and successfully

Our speakers then provide best practices for creating and enforcing policies to minimize these risks.

Lael Bellamy, Chief Counsel & Chief Privacy Officer, ING Americas
Justin Connell, Associate, Elarbee, Thompson, Sapp & Wilson LLP

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