Recently, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) went about releasing a brand new set of disclosure rules for social media that detail specifically how businesses can use sites like Facebook, Twitter and a variety of other social networks to share information according to the Commission’s guidelines and requirements. 

Now, it looks like members of a company’s c-suite will be free to write a Facebook or blog post if they way; they just have to inform their investors about their “social media strategy” beforehand. It is believed that this change will reduce some spontaneity and limit a company’s social communications to official corporate accounts.

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