Social Networking and Blogging: Managing the Conversation

, New York Law Journal

Gregory I. Rasin, a partner at Proskauer Rose, and Ariane R. Buglione, an associate at the firm, write that individuals are increasingly using blogs and social networking sites in both their private and work lives, making it imperative that employers understand them. In an era where a plethora of employment law regulation has given employers every incentive to "sanitize" the workplace by limiting worker conversations and interactions, blogs have created a new set of variables to consider.

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