Facebook faux pas

First in was bloggers getting into trouble with what they put on-line, now it's social networking sites that are posing problems for employers.

A story on this very issue appeared last night on the BBC News web-site.

In short it involves: A police inspector who put graphic personal details on the social networking site Facebook has a job offer withdrawn.

See 'Facebook' lost policeman top job for more details.

This short news clip from BBC News channel expands far more on how social networking sites often comes into conflict with the objectives of employers and employees.

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