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I don't see this as off-topic, unless all discussions of interacting with colleagues and potential customers and employers are off-topic.
In some businesses, it's de rigeur to be a member of one or another social networking system.
I would want to know what precautions people take when they do join social networking groups online.
Is there any way to keep your personal-social and your business-social presences separate? Without lying on the sign-up forms?
- Kevin (not a member)
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> Has anyone had BAD experiences in joining a networking group such as
> Are there any cons vis-à-vis one's privacy?
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