A new study of 4,000 social media users in 10 countries has been published by AVG Technologies, The Australian reports. The survey’s findings reveal that the posting of embarrassing photos on social media sites is contributing to a breakdown of workplace privacy. “This study highlights the need for a combination of greater education around social media, alongside increased attention and care by both employees and employers to their social media etiquette at work,” the study states. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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