Porsche employees banned from Facebook to combat espionage

Porsche employees banned from Facebook to combat espionage

Porsche employees block access to social networks on the Internet, like Facebook and Xing to protect themselves from industrial espionage. According to company officials, blocking access to certain sites be part of company policy. "

Porsche is worried that foreign intelligence services might spy on employees, posting confidential information on Facebook and other Internet services, said Dirk were, a Porsche spokesman, quoted by Bloomberg.

"These services involve a potential threat," said correction. Blocking access to specific workstations sites, including E-Bay, reflecting the "main company policy," the official said Porsche was quoted by Automotive News Europe.

Up to settings changed in May of private data, simplifying the way personal information is made public. The company, which has 500 million members, has drawn criticism from users and the authorities have complained that not enough effort to keep private information secret.

Source: http://www.porsche.com/


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