Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Follow-up: Law firms follow the Marines into the "cone of silence"

I'd previously blogged here about a story that the USMC (as well as some NFL teams) were banning the use of social media among soldiers (and players, respectively) because, among other reasons, of the security risks such forms of communication present. I also speculated that law firms might not be far behind in enacting similar policies due to the sensitive nature of their employees' work.  Apparently more people read this blog than I thought because now comes this story from the Legal Blog Watch reporting that several law firms are doing just that.

You can read the full story here and here.

I am the scholarship dude (and be sure to follow my other posts at the Law Librarian Blog and the Adjunct Law Prof Blog).

(jbl)

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