Think Before You Cyber-Speak

WHETHER you're about to join the rush of traffic on the information superhighway or have already hit the electronic road, there are legal potholes to watch for as you travel online.

The key problem is that people tend to speak more freely over the Internet than they would face-to-face or in a letter. They don't consider their electronic contact equivalent to other forms of communication. Typically, people simply say what comes to mind and click on "send."

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