Pharma companies flee Facebook over "open walls" policy

08/17/2011 | Washington Post, The · San Francisco Chronicle

Facebook now allows users to publicly comment on drug companies' pages, reversing an earlier policy. The move has prompted some companies to shut down their Facebook pages. AstraZeneca, maker of the antidepressant Seroquel, and cancer-drug manufacturer Amgen were among the companies to remove their Facebook pages in response to the rule change. Companies say they are concerned about the regulatory implications of users' posts.

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