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Wednesday, February 7th 2007, 3:03am

be careful what you post on the internet.

An article says that The Wall Street Journal produced an article that highlighted the importance in regards to how posting to social networking sites could impact prospective employment opportunities. The article, entitled, “Mr. Pratt Cleaned Up His Act to Impress an employer; Killing a MySpace Profile,” highlighted the actions of a 22 year old, Mr. Pratt, who had at one time had a profile on MySpace that was somewhat boisterous, to say the least. The profile in question contained photographs of the individual drinking and also contained information about his dating activities.

This article I found points out that we should be careful on what we are saying and sharing on our myspace profiles because we do not know in time it might be used against us just like what happened to Mr. Pratt.
Read more from this article at…-you-post-3.php.
Jim Shore