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How to avoid the pitfalls of social networking websites




January 10, 2010

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How to avoid the pitfalls of social networking websites
How to avoid the pitfalls of social networking websites Many officers have forfeited an otherwise promising career for a few moments of posting euphoria. While other folks may garner only a chuckle in response to their online adventures, a professional law enforcer is held to a higher standard than ordinary citizens. But bear in mind that even in the private sector, many an employee has been sent packing by an employer unhappy over some social networking misstep.

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