People seem obsessed with sharing everything. For instance:
Excellent movie, by the way.
The problem is though, that once you put something on the internet, it's there. Forever. Someone saw it, they now know, for better or worse.
Some years back, Facebook was banned from most offices because people were doing a lot of goofing off. Lately, I've been removing said ban from a lot of firewalls and content filters because now, lots of companies are finding it beneficial to have facebook pages for marketing reasons.
It seems to me that there's a big "If you can't beat em, join em" movement. Sure, they can block facebook at the corporate level, but everyone has the internet on their phones now anyway. If they're hell bent of fucking around on Facebook, they're going to do it one way or another. If they're going to be therethere, you should be to. If you can't stop them, at least you can shove your product in their face.
Still though, as a company do you really think it's smart to associate with your employees when they could be saying some pretty stupid things? Do you really want the world to know that the guy who has a picture of himself flipping off the camera is your employee?
"We're Good day sunshine day care! Find us on facebook! Pay no attention to the fact that the page admin's name is "David 'Bluntman' Smith" and his information says his interest is hookers and beer."
How do you feel about this? What's your company's stance?