- August 13, 2010
- Sun Microsystems
- Member: FREE
As Web 2.0 applications become more ubiquitous, many firms are struggling to determine how much they need to police employees’ online behavior as it relates to company information and intellectual property.
This document reproduces Sun Microsystems’ Guidelines for Public Discourse, which are a good example of how organizations can help employees determine what they can and cannot say on blogs, wikis, discussion forums, and social networking applications.