Six in ten (60%) business executives believe they have a right to know how their employees portray themselves and their organizations in online social networks because of the risks such activities could present, according to the third annual Deloitte LLP Ethics & Workplace survey.

Many employees, on the other hand, disagree. More than half (53%) of workers say their social networking pages should not be their employer’s concern. This is especially true among younger workers, with 63% of 18–34-year-old respondents stating employers have no business monitoring their online activity, Deloitte found.