Re: [Full-disclosure] Email Disclaimers...Legally Liable if breached?



I'd guess that the only disclaimer that carries any weight, and it'll
probably be minimal, is the kind that says something along the lines
of "The person who wrote this email is not an officer of the
organization, and statements contained herein that contradict
organization policy are not enforceable, nor are they representative
of the organization."

Anything else, such as directives to destroy before reading, etc., is
purely hogwash.

The problem then becomes identifying those who *are* officers of the
organization, and putting an appropriate claim on their emails,
stating their responsibilities, or at least making sure that their
emails don't have the disclaimer on them.

On 10/10/07, Kelly Robinson <caliana1989@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


It is common these days for email messages to contain a disclosure notice,
which may include statements such as:



You must read the notice



The views expressed in the accompanying email are not necessarily those of
the company



The email and any attachments should be checked for viruses.

Do these notices carry any legal force? Why or Why not?


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