Sat, 11 Aug 2012 6:20p.m.
Local companies are being warned they'll need to be increasingly vigilant about what their customers post on their social media pages.
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14/08/2012 5:05:31 p.m.
lol so if this applys in america too, where corparations are people, and vice versa then everything that is posted on the internet no matter what it is must be moderated or it is against the law? erm sounds a bit like the end of free speech to me
12/08/2012 12:48:04 p.m.
Ridiculous. Businesses are now to be forced to hire people to monitor comments their customers make? Word of mouth (now being,often,word of email etc.)is now the business's responsiblility? They can't control what people say, good or bad, about them but they're to be held responsible for it? I repeat, ridiculous
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