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Data Loss Prevention 2.0: Preventing the Loss of Confidential Information Via Webmail, Facebook, Wikis and Blogs

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Executive Summary

From the very beginning the World Wide Web was designed to make sharing information easier. Webmail sites like Yahoo!, Hotmail and Gmail were the first generation of applications accessible enough that the average user could now publish information to the web. This was one of the first channels of communication outside the enterprise that was not based on traditional email. The Web 2.0 generation of applications has taken this concept even further. Facebook and MySpace are designed to allow one to easily share information with friends, while Twitter, blogs, and Wikis make it very easy to share information with the world.

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