Tuesday, 1 July 2008

The Legal implications of Enterprise 2.0

Doug Cornelius of the KM Space blog has posted recently about the "Legal implications" of implementing Enterprise 2.0 applications in Law Firms. These came as a result of his attendance at a recent Conference on Web 2.0.

So when it comes down to it, what are the legal issues and concerns that people have when they come to thinking about or sitting down and discussing the rollout of Enterprise 2.0 technologies. According to the post, there not that dissimilar from the issues people had when email was first introduced, these include:

  • Ownership of IP
  • Privacy
  • Respondent Superior
  • Employment Regulation
  • e-Discovery

There are fuller explanations of these issues on the KM Space blog.

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