Broker-Dealers - FINRA, Blogs, Social Media Networking Sites & Supervision

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The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) has acknowledged that the increased use of social media websites, such as blogs or social networking sites for business and personal communications should be focused on by member firms. Ultimately, NASD Rule 2210 governs communications with the public, and apply to social media sites sponsored by a firm or its registered representatives, and as such should be addressed by member firms in their supervison and supervisory procedures.

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