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June 17, 2005

Corporate Blogging Policies

Heather Green

Long, detailed story in the San Francisco Chronicle about how companies are coming up with blogging policies, worth the read with lots of quotes from bloggers at Sun, IBM, Google and yes, of course, the unbiquitous Mark Jen. But really there is more to the story than just him, although the article starts off there.

Like this quote, though it simplifies a little:

"The blog-and-lose-your-job (scare) is vastly exaggerated," (Simon) Phipps (a director) of Sun said. "If someone is dumb enough about blabbing about company secrets, it doesn't matter what medium you give them. They'll still blab about company secrets."

Via Debbie Weil, who has links to other corporations and Frederik Wacka.

09:22 AM

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? Regole di Blogging per Dipendenti from Blog Professionale

Dooced ? un nuovo termine che stà ad indicare chi viene licenziato a causa del proprio blog. Il termine deriva dal nome del blog di Heather B. Armstrong, che fù licenziata per quello che vi aveva scritto.

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Tracked on June 17, 2005 12:10 PM

You might also be interested in The Legal Guide for Bloggers, by an equally informative website:

http://eff.org/bloggers/lg/

Posted by: J. J. at June 19, 2005 12:53 AM


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