Legal matters: IM can cause trouble later

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Legal matters: IM can cause trouble later

Instant messaging should be treated like email, with similar constraints.

The use of instant messaging in business has grown rapidly, and many businesses are now installing enterprise versions of instant messaging tools for use by employees, or opening up gateways to their networks to enable their employees to communicate more easily with business associates on public ...

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