Time to Revise Your Internet Postings and Electronic Resources Policies (Again!)


As social media continues to affect your business, there are a few more steps that you should be taking to protect your assets. The Federal Trade Commission has revised and posted its "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

What does this mean for employers? You could be held liable for false or unsubstantiated statements about your Company's services or products that are made by your employees on blogs or social networking sites.

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