Social media presents unique opportunities for even the most tightly regulated or highly litigated organizations. As social media evolves, it will only become more pervasive and create changing methods for interacting with employees, clients, counter-parties, and the public at large. At the same time social media interactions present unique risk to organizations. As organizations develop their social media governance models, they should be mindful of the legal and regulatory environment that creates certain obligations, but also prohibit or limit some types of conduct. More importantly, they should look beyond merely the ability to capture social media interactions and instead focus on what it all means.
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