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+ - Surprising legal facts about BYOD - seizures, searches, and more->

Submitted by mattydread23
mattydread23 (2793761) writes "Did you know that if you use your personal smartphone for work, it can be seized as evidence in litigation against your employer? With bring-your-own-device (BYOD) the lines between personal and work information are blurred. Here, a lawyer explains some of the fine points, and teaches companies how to craft a BYOD policy that fairly lays out the risks."
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Surprising legal facts about BYOD - seizures, searches, and more

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According to all the latest reports, there was no truth in any of the earlier reports.