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If you’re following the Kathy Sierra storm, now with winds qualifying it officially as a Category Five, the latest is that the social-media elite are calling for a code of conduct. That's a lot of wind. Scary!
Fact is, that knee-jerk proposal is just plain dumb. Sure, this new frontier is akin to the Wild West; but WE ALREADY HAVE LAWS TO MANAGE SUCH PROBLEMS (and then some). What we need is education and enforcement.
Well, here possibly we get both. There’s is a new sheriff in town. Meet David Ritter from Neal Gerber Eisenberg. David's professional focus is labor and employment law. He has extensive nationwide experience in federal and state court litigation in the areas of employment discrimination, including harassment claims, noncompete, trade secret and restrictive covenants, employment torts and all other litigation related to the employment relationship.
David is one of the presenters at the Social Media 2007 Conference in Chicago this Thursday and Friday (April 5-6). As you are aware, I am not a big conference booster. But with Ritter there, I am definitely goin’!
Here’s a taste:
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Am I just vain or did you peek in on my post "Insanity On All Levels" after I commented on your first Sierra post? (http://blog.scarletcherry.com/2007/03/insanity-on-all-levels.html)