Every company should have a social media policy to, at the minimum, govern brand use and release of proprietary information. But, every company should consult with attorneys experienced in developing and negotiating social media policies that balance employer interests, employee freedom, and real world practicalities (eg social media is not going anywhere). More importantly, with the release of a report by the NLRB, companies should ensure that their social media policies do not run afoul of workplace and employee rights.
Mudd Law Offices drafts, analyzes, reviews, negotiates and guides implementation of social media policies.
With Paris being our second IAC conference, we're enjoying being a member at @iafastro #IAC2022; the content has been fantastic and the exhibit hall contains diverse companies, agencies, and more; it's a great way to network with all people space. #spacelaw #spacepolicy
Congratulations to the new @iafastro members admitted at today’s #IAF General Assembly, with just a portion of the 40+ listed below.! #space #spacelaw #spacepolicy #satellites
"These software tools [VPNs] are meant to hide the data coming in and out of your phone or PC, to make web browsing and other activity more private. But it isn’t always that simple. "
In the @WSJ, @dalvin_brown tells readers exactly when to use a VPN: https://www.wsj.com/articles/vpn-data-protection-privacy-tips-11662155750?mod=tech_lead_pos5