Words exchanged on ephemeral messaging apps are naturally fleeting. But companies that misuse the apps can face long-lasting consequences.

Now that the Justice Department has eased its stance on the use of ephemeral messaging apps, corporate legal departments need to ensure that employees are relying on the apps in the right scenarios and are documenting business communications that vanish into the ether.

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