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'How to blog about your boss and not get sacked'
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 4/11/2005 09:05:00 PM.

In order to help would-be bloggers stay on the right side of the law - and their bosses - the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has now launched a guide for blogging in the workplace.

The guide warns that it won't just be anonymous readers who can chance upon blogs, friends and colleagues can too - but anonymity can protect bloggers from the fallout. "Anyone can eventually find your blog if your real identity is tied to it in some way. And there may be consequences. Family members may be shocked or upset when they read your uncensored thoughts. A potential boss may think twice about hiring you," the guide says. "But these concerns shouldn't stop you from writing. Instead, they should inspire you to keep your blog private, or accessible only to certain trusted people."

Among the tips are preserving anonymity by disguising your name but also keeping quiet on any details that might allow people to guess your identity - the location of your city, for example, how many employees there are or the colour of a boss' cat.

The guide also recommends not using work resources for blogging: "You could get in trouble for using company resources like an internet connection to maintain your blog, and it will be very hard for you to argue that the blog is a work-related activity. It will also be much more difficult for you to hide your blogging from officemates and IT operators who observe traffic over the office network," it says.

The guide can be found here.


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