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Friday December 29, 2006

Rethink Posting Private Info

To me, this one is a no-brainer, people should not post too much private info on the internet. Some people just donít use their head when it comes to protecting themselves online.

Rachel Hutson removed some photos from her college sorority days after she took a job as a civilian working for the military. She's also made her Facebook and MySpace profiles private, so that only friends she approves can see it. "I just don't want certain people to find me," says Hutson, who's 23 and lives in Newport News, Va.

Speaking of not using your head, the girl above wanted privacy so she set her MySpace account to ďprivateĒ Ö.and then allowed the Associated Press and Washington Post print her full name, age and city. Now that is funny!

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