Social Media Companies have created policies that employees must follow when participating in social media and online social networks. Intel, for example, considers participation in social media to be an opportunity, not a right, and requires its employees to disclose their identity, protect the company’s confidential and classified information, and use common sense when writing and airing opinions. Apple employees are urged to use good judgment when using online social networks and are barred from discussing the company on their own websites and from commenting on or posting messages regarding the company and its products on any related websites. Research This: Locate at least two corporate policies for social media participation and summarize the requirements. Do you agree with the companies’ guidelines? Are the policies too lenient or too strict? What actions are taken if an employee fails to abide by the policies? In what ways may policies differ among various fields, such as in health care and education?