Social media dos and don’ts

Imagine the following scenario:You just received a frantic phone call from your client — the president of a closely held corporation — who just learned that some of his employees posted a series of comments on a popular social-networking site regarding the client’s business operations and complaining about the company’s managers.You believe the comments are innocuous …

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