Porsche blocks employees’ access to Facebook – rpmGo.com

According to Bloomberg, Porsche is considering social-networking platforms such as Facebook or Xing a threat to the company’s privacy so they blocked employees’ access to them and other web-based services, including eBay. Dirk Erat, a Porsche spokesman said that the German car maker is worried about foreign intelligence services spying on what employees are posting. No idea why eBay is on the banned sites list, but I guess Porsche has a reason.

This isn’t the first time Facebook has been a subject to privacy concerns, after the privacy settings change in May a lot of companies expressing their worries that Facebook is not doing a very good job keeping their users details private enough.

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[Source: Bloomberg]

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