When people think about data breaches, they tend think more about the illegal hacking into computer networks by individuals, criminal enterprises or even nation states, than they do about simple employee error. This makes some sense as hacking incidents seem to be more interesting and draw more media attention. Holding this belief, however, can cause

A Wall Street Journal article on December 2 discusses the National Labor Relations Board’s emergence into social media and non-union workplaces. For employers that have not looked at their policies and practices concerning employee activity in social media, this article serves as a good reminder. 

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