In response -- spurred in part by stricter regulatory, legal and compliance requirements -- organizations are not only filtering and blocking Web sites and scanning e-mail. Many are also watching what employees post on social networks and blogs, even if it's done from home using noncompany equipment.
How does this work? I don't get how companies would 1) know what your blog or social network ID is, and 2) how would they have access to it?
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