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How does the social web model view businesses? Explain.

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Businesses are viewed as a citizen of the society where it operates in the social web model. Businesses have the same obligations that members of society have which means that they must adhere to the ethical duties and obligations that everyone else faces. The social web model is most difficult for companies to control. The company's web site is one of many sites that are available on the web where the ...

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267 words to describe how the social web model sees businesses.

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