Lessons from Japanese politicians' social media faux pas

06/19/2013 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

Japanese politicians are finding themselves in hot water over their social networking, including Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who drew criticism after posting disrespectful comments on Facebook. That shows the need for celebrity social media users to watch their words, experts say. "It takes only one emotional sentence. Once you hit the comment or tweet button, it's too late. You're caught by gaffe watchers on the Net, with your true nature exposed," says Junichiro Nakagawa of Shunkan Research News.

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