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 April 23, 2010  Online, Workplace

John Leyden reports:

Three in four Facebook users avoid making friends with their boss through the site for fear that an off-hand remark might jeopardise their employment prospects.

An online survey of 450 surfers, commissioned by net security firm F-Secure, found that 73 per cent were not “friends” with their boss. A similar 77 per cent said they used the privacy settings of the site to control who could see potentially sensitive information – a finding markedly higher than figures from Facebook itself would suggest.

Read more in The Register.

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