Too Much Confidentiatlity…There Is Such A Thing

I’ve written a couple posts on non-profits and the importance of  confidentiality. So when I heard of this case limiting  what can be kept “confidential” I thought it would be interesting to discuss. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recently held that an agency maintained confidentiality provisions that were too broad. Consequently, when an employee […]

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Court Rules that CAN-SPAM Means You Can’t Spam On Facebook

Not too long ago a court in California determined that the CAN-SPAM Act applies to messages posted to a Facebook wall, newsfeed or inbox. In the case, Facebook Inc. v. MaxBounty Inc., Facebook sued MaxBounty for advertising that mislead users into believing that Facebook approved of them. Allegedly,  MaxBounty created fake Facebook profiles that directed […]

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Court Holds Ignorance of Retention Laws Is No Excuse

But your Honor, we totally would have kept those emails had we known we were supposed to. We didn’t know! That’s essentially what the Defendant argued in a recently decided case (in so many words). But that didn’t mean bupkis to the Court in Philip M. Adams & Associates LLC v. MSI Computer Corp., where […]

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