18 Apr 2012
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As our lives become increasingly digital, many of us share more and more on social media sites.
Consequently, employers and colleges have started to request access to our personal profiles as a way to learn more about us.
Should the same standards of privacy we've come to expect offline apply online too? Take a look.
[This is Infographic is by Background Check]
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This post is published at Sociable360 by: Sheriff Gbailey
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