How Companies Can Avoid Writing Dangerous Documents
This article was originally published in SRA
When was the last time you cringed after reading an email sent by someone in your organisation as you imagined how a prosecutor or plaintiff's lawyer could use it to imply sinister behaviour? Maybe it was just last week or last month. It is unlikely that your employees and/or colleagues do not care about this risk; it is that they just do not know that it exists.
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