Case in point: Gawker CEO John Cook recently testified regarding locker room humor exchanged during a Campfire chat about the Hulk Hogan sex tape the site posted in 2012.
(Hogan, whose real name is Terry Bollea, is suing Gawker for 0 million for posting a sex tape he claims was made without his knowledge.
First and foremost, the HR department is there to protect the company from liability.
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An edited version of the video remained on the site for approximately six months until a court ordered its removal.) A transcript of the chat makes for interesting -- albeit NSFW -- reading, if only because it reveals the difference in how many people tend to view chat room communications compared to email.
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(Just ask some of the Sony executives who realized their theoretically private comments were anything but.) That's why you take care.