Burned by a phone

Apparently, NCAA rules prohibit coaches from using a burner phone to contact football recruits.  Or lying about it when you do.

“‘Burner Phone’ Accusation Marks New Chapter in Ole Miss Scandal,” The Wall Street Journal, September 20, 2017 A16. Coaches accused and investigated, and asked to sign certifications that they had never used pre-paid phones for recruiting or other work-related purpose.

Is this a question you normally ask your employees, or is this a form you have them sign?  Should you ask for a certification that exiting employees do not have any company information on a non-company asset or location?

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