When I was first encouraged to start building a social media presence, I thought the idea was both terrifying and hilarious.

It seemed frightening because of the many complex (and seemingly insurmountable) compliance challenges. And yet the idea was risible, as well; I equated social media with TMZ or reality TV — that is, a potential source of embarrassment that was to be avoided at all costs.

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