New Layer of Risk

Bennett, Jonathan
November 2009
Best's Review;Nov2009, Vol. 110 Issue 7, p64
Trade Publication
The article discusses the issues behind the technological innovation of Web 2.0 in the U.S. wherein it has created some negative effect on a company's integrity. It notes that the anonymity of the computer screen was taken advantage by the people to post or do things that will give a bad impression to the company's Web site. In the July 2009 survey conducted by Russel Herder/Ethos Business Law, shows that 81% of businesses are concerned on the possible financial obligation of social media.


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