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Infosys Technologies ( NASDAQ : INFY ) has planned to launched a Social Networking Policy for all of its employees across the globe. This policy will protect the interest of company for any valuable information leaking or any personal attack towards company management through social networking websites like Twitter, Facebook, MySpace etc.

Recently company issues warning letters to few of employees for leaking some sensitive information over the social networking website. With growing popularity of Social Media these days, most of the employees from all companies have made their profile on various social networking websites. The presence and activeness is so impressive that people stated communicating professional words and information over these website without understanding the impact & open connection network.

The social media policy we plan to introduce will talk about the dos and donts of an employee participating in social media. It is like a code of conduct which aims at stopping the employees from sharing confidential and sensitive company information on unprotected places like social networking sites,” Nandita Gurjar, senior vice president and group head, human resources, Infosys, has said.

Source: Business Standard

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