The article “A tale of two airlines and their Facebook fiascos” from The Economist print edition, November 6th 2008 explains that Myspace, Facebook and other social networks can be very advantageous but at the same time, they can also provoke severe damages.
A clear example of this happened in Virgin Atlantic where thirteen employees were fired for making fun of the passengers and the company through social networks.
To avoid what happened, there are companies that make their employees sign a document that unable them to use passenger’s information without authorization.
Communication specialists say that employees must be very careful in the use of internet and insist on companies promoting the right way of using social networks among their workers.
Companies must be able to control “watering holes” in the network in order to ensure that rules are respected.

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