Crafting a Multinational Employer Social Media Policy After Cambridge Analytica

Social media is so powerful that some argue Russian manipulation of it changed the result of an American presidential election. In the employment context, social media is pervasive, and encompasses interactions between employers and employees, among co-workers, and between staff and the outside world. It can be a challenge for multinational companies to craft, implement and enforce a social media policy that proliferates across all jurisdictions in play. The Cybersecurity Law Report spoke to Littler partner Donald Dowling to discuss how a multinational company can surmount cross-border legal hurdles and craft a viable and enforceable global social media policy. See also “What It Takes to Establish Compliant Social Media Policies for the Workplace” (Mar. 22, 2017).

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