According to a recent survey from AVG Technologies, 60 percent of American parents admit to accessing their teenagers' Facebook accounts without their knowledge, and mothers are most likely to be the guilty party.
How many hours of your workday would you say are spent on facebook? How much of that time could be spent focusing on the job you’re being paid for? David Matthau’s article hits a nerve that should resonate with all businesses. Why should workers be allowed to use facebook and youtube on the job if it doesn’t pertain to their work? How many wasted fruitless hours should an employer have to pay for along with the cost of the bandwidth?
Social media sites, primarily Facebook, have become a new outlet for New Jersey police departments to share what they know about local crimes. With that information, site users have been able to help in providing tips and, essentially, solving local crimes.
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