December 2011
Management Today;Dec2011, p16
Trade Publication
The article focuses on social networking sites as the modern equivalent of going to the pub of employees after work in which it mentions that in various European countries an strict privacy laws prevent companies from seeking to clamp down on damaging internet activity.


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