Slack updates its privacy policy to let your boss export future private messages


Slack, the messaging tool for businesses that’s exploded in popularity recently, has announced today that it’s making changes to its privacy policy to allow your bosses access to export private messages going forward. Previously, there was no functionality for exporting private messages but Slack today has added a new feature called “Compliance Exports” which allows administrators to export messages from private groups and direct messages, as well as edit history for messages in channels. Compliance Exports will be disabled by default and requests must be made with a signed letter to Slack stating that the requester is allowed to access…

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