Speaking about typical IT contract - I'm looking for an inspiration on how to create a confidentiality clause that's not that strict.
It should cover 2 points of view:
- contractor wants to have right to speak about work he did and was responsible for, like "I did module B, that allowed this and that. This was a hard task, and this is how I approached the problem. I used pattern ABC"
- client wants to make sure that no sensitive and secret information is disclosed or for example big portion of source code is not published (but doesn't care if purely technical code snippet is discussed in a blogpost).
One option would be to limit confidentiality to secret documents, but not many companies do that.
Are there any examples of confidentiality clause not being that strict, and allowing to speak publicly about the job being done for the company? Or is it generally impossible to to create something like that?