In a case recently filed in federal court, a company claims that former employees violated their noncompete agreements by communicating with the company’s current contract employees via LinkedIn (.pdf). The case could have important ramifications for how employees use social media networking sites.
The technologies of communications and eavesdropping are increasingly complicated, and public policy must keep up with those innovations.
It’s getting easier to have surveillance systems that don’t overwhelm the network or storage systems.
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