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Boag-Thomson, Joanna
December 1997
People Management;12/04/97, Vol. 3 Issue 24, p40
Argues that employers need to develop codes of practice and incorporate e-mail policies within employment contracts to avoid expensive litigation. Importance of implementing e-mail policies; Cases that illustrate the English courts' view that e-mail is a form of publication and that libel laws should be applied; Reason why it is important for the staff to be aware when e-mail is appropriate and what type of information should be divulged through it.


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