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social networking

social networking

An umbrella term for reaching out and sharing information with friends, family and colleagues on social networking sites such as Facebook (www.facebook.com), Twitter (www.twitter.com) and LinkedIn (www.linkedin.com), as well as social bookmarking sites such as Digg (www.digg.com), Delicious (www.delicious.com) and StumbleUpon (www.stumbleupon.com). Social sites are fed information not only by original postings but also from direct links on websites (see social sharing). See social networking site and social bookmarking site.
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According to expert many individuals spend average 8 hours per day on using social networking sites.
In addition, the code also proposed that public servants , employees and employees should not abuse their positions and powers when behaving on social networks, not being treated positively with bad information, poisoning Social networking sites that do not behave in a socially unacceptable manner violate ethics and professional ethics standards, and do not provide personal information about individuals, the organization which has been acquired by his / her position without having been authorized by the competent authority.
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blogs, microblogs (Twitter), social networking sites (Facebook, Myspace, LinkedIn, whatsapp) and media sharing sites (YouTube, Flicker).
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The idea of friends has recently changed, however, at least in social networking applications.

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