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Debate: Should employers ban the use of social networking sites at work?

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==External links== ==External links==
*[http://www.krishnade.com/blog/2007/why-employers-should-not-ban-facebook-at-work/ Krishna De. "Why employers should not ban Facebook at work". July 30th, 2007]. *[http://www.krishnade.com/blog/2007/why-employers-should-not-ban-facebook-at-work/ Krishna De. "Why employers should not ban Facebook at work". July 30th, 2007].

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  • Social networking sites substantially damage productivity at work: There is usually no relevance between social networking sites and work. As such, it would be legitimate to ban their use at work.


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No

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