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How many of you have social media policies, which contain a provision that reads something like this …

“If you identify yourself as an associate of the Company and publish any work-related information online, you must use this disclaimer: ‘The postings on this site are my own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies or opinions of the Company.’”

Yeah, I write these disclaimers all the time for clients. Apparently, they’re unlawful. Or so says, an administrative law judge in this recent opinion.

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