use Facebook to bust U. of I. students Tribune
Employers, recruiters and
police are catching on to the popular social networking sites MySpace, Xanga
and Facebook. With the sites being used to conduct background checks on
employees and job applicants, university officials are warning students to be
careful about what they post in their profiles.
[Next up, Board uses MySpace to monitor employees, principals scan MySpace for dirt on teachers and students.]
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