Social networking, blogging, and the use of sites like Facebook and Twitter to communicate are exploding. As in-house counsel, if your employees post a blog comment, or an entry on Facebook or Twitter about your company or its products, a number of questions are raised. What if the comment is wrong or exaggerated? What if your employee makes a claim about the product that is untrue? Is the company responsible?

THE FTC HAS AN INTEREST

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