>One could argue the companies disclaimer trumps the employees
>permission, if this argument were to prevail the list would have to
>ask people not to post from such accounts. (which has already been
One could also argue that the employee , not ilug are responsible for the
resulting archiving, etc of a post. If a company employee takes confidential
and posts it to a competitor, The employee, not the postman who delivers the
is responsible. If the welcome mail to the lug states that all posts are
and archived , then the lug could hardly be held responsible for the
Posted letters get delivered (usually) , mails posted to ilug get archived.
would know this absolving us of liability (although we might still have to
at the request of a rights holder).
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