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The explosive popularity of social media has left corporations in the dust. Blogs, Facebook and Twitter–online forums that let like-minded people connect–attract not only employees surfing the Internet rather than doing their work, but salespeople looking for new customers, marketing executives seeking a cheap way to promote their products, and human resources staffers trying to fill jobs. Such technologies can leave companies exposed to a variety of risks. But experts say, not only have few companies taken steps to formulate policies on how to deal with those risks, many may not even recognize the danger.

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