Naughty but nice

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Naughty but nice

The fast-growing popularity of peer-to-peer communication, and particularly IM, is bringing an equal expansion of risk. Janine Milne reports

Walk into any office and you will see people frantically alt-tabbing as they switch from instant messaging their mates to something that makes them look busy. Like it or lump it (and most people like it), instant messaging (IM) has invaded our offices. It's become the email for the noughties ...

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