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Ever since the explosion in popularity of social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, lawyers (and employment lawyers in particular) have spent a lot of time considering potential risks such sites present to businesses. We have focused on such issues as the excessive use of such sites during working time, how to deal with evidence of inappropriate behaviour by an employee outside the workplace disclosed on a social networking site (whether during employment or a recruitment process) and potential discrimination claims arising from conduct on such sites.

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