Point-counterpoint

Two articles on content controls.

When Is Free Speech Illegal?,” Wall Street Journal. November 24, 2014 B5. Can your posts on Facebook be legally actionable, and, if so, who can take action?

Polygraph Critic Faces Federal Criminal Charges,” Wall Street Journal. November 24, 2014 B5. Man who coaches people on how to “beat” a polygraph indicted. [But if the tests can be beat, how does this obstruct law enforcement?  They’re either reliable, and can’t be beat, or they aren’t reliable, so who cares?]

What controls does your company put on the content you write? How do you know what those controls are?  Hint: read your Code of Conduct.

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