[Owasp-Malaysia] Social network sites: Block or not?
Muhammad Najmi Ahmad Zabidi
najmi.zabidi at gmail.com
Wed Jul 14 23:43:55 EDT 2010
Unless the company is developing Social networks stuffs, I don't see strong
reason such online networks should be allowed.
Nevertheless, both stuffs actually connect people. They help getting you
interesting links and call for events for example.
LinkedIn is possible, it helps the current employee being hunted down by the
job hunter :p
On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 11:39 AM, Sharuzzaman Ahmat Raslan <
sharuzzaman at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yes. Companies should block Facebook and Twitter.
> Facebook is wasting time and bandwidth, because most of its component
> cannot be cached, as most of it is dynamically generated.
> Twitter is also wasting bandwidth, if the client is keep refreshing the
> tweet, because it cannot be cached.
> LinkedIn is OK, because the data there is mostly static.
> I have experience maintaining a Squid cache server, and found that more
> than 80% of the traffic is not cacheable due to 20% of the application
> (Facebook and Twitter). See Pareto principle.
> On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 11:21 AM, Mohd Fazli Azran <mfazliazran at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hi guy!!,
>> Long time not write something for your. Just wanna to share about this
>> article. It about *"Should companies block Facebook, Twitter and
>> LinkedIn?" . *Should your open or block for Social network. It up to you
>> guy. On this article give some opinion.
>> Mohd Fazli Azran
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