“Social networks usher in a era of transparency and authenticity and these two elements represent the hallmark of your corporate social media program. You are walking the two-way street and you’re already successfully building a community rich with the 3F’s (friends, fans, and followers). How can your business possibly be antisocial? ”
Let’s begin with the Antisocial personality disorder type. The National Institute of Health (NIH) defines this personality type as:
Antisocial personality disorder is a mental health condition in which a person has a long-term pattern of manipulating, exploiting, or violating the rights of others. This behavior is often criminal.
These people are perfectly suited to criminal hacking because they are able to be witty and charming, are prone to flattery and manipulating others. They also disregard the safety of themselves and others, lie, steal, fight and break the law. They often exhibit arrogance or anger and they show no guilt or remorse for their actions. People with this personality type may be substance abusers.
There is no single known cause for antisocial personality disorder, although research suggests that having an antisocial or alcoholic parent increases the risk. Child abuse and neglect are also indicated. Treatment for this affliction is among the most difficult of all personality disorders and those with antisocial personality rarely seek treatment on their own.