As Americans become more enmeshed in social media sites, it opens up new avenues of risk and challenges for risk managers.

One such risk is engendered by the anonymity people enjoy online. A survey of 1,040 Americans sponsored by the Chubb Group of Insurance Cos. revealed that only half (51%) of the people surveyed always use their real name on social networking sites.

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