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Evaluating Your Company’s Social Media Policy

May 31, 2016

Many companies use third party social media sites, for a variety of purposes including marketing and interacting with customers. A post from the Bryan Cave firm reminds companies they could run into trouble if the third party platform’s privacy practices are not consistent with that of the company. A chart tells the story with numbers: Eighty percent of Fortune 500 companies are on Facebook, 97 percent have a presence on LinkedIn, and in one single hack in 2013 two million passwords for these and other social media sites were stolen. For companies that want to evaluate their use of social media sites, this post provides a list of twelve questions as a kind of checklist to consider when they do the analysis.

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