Thursday, October 14, 2010

Porsche: No Facebook!

German sports car manufacturer, Porsche AG, prohibiting all employees accessing social networking site Facebook, Xing, or Twitter. The goal is to reduce the risk of leakage of company secrets to the outside world, especially to competitors.

Closely Dirk, a Porsche spokesman, said the Porsche worry if foreign intelligence services that monitor employee posting on social networking sites to obtain information leakage. "Maybe it looks simple, but potentially threatening. It has become a principle of our company," said Close, as reported by Bloomberg yesterday.
Up is one of the leading social networking site with members of the 500 million people around the world and interlinked. The information are posted, it will spread to the entire network of friends who owned an account.

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