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    What are the potential risks of searching for information over the Internet (such as violating a federal law, accessing incorrect information, identity theft)?

    If your employer asked for your help in developing a "web search screening" policy, what advice would you give?

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    When an organization searches for information over the internet, the primary risk would be obtaining information that isn't accurate. Management needs to ensure that the sites visited are reputable sites. One of the biggest disadvantages of the internet is that anyone can create a website with information about anything, and that information can easily be inaccurate. Another risk is that companies ...

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    This solution explains the advice you would give to an employer if you're asked to help develop a web search screening policy. A detailed discussion is provided.