. . . stays on the web.
I just heard from two different parishioners:
- A young man was rejected by a college after they viewed his MySpace and Facebook pages. From the information on those pages, he was viewed as possibly being ‘troublesome’ on campus.
- A young woman was interviewed for a job. During the interview she was told that if she wanted to be considered for the job, she would have to clean up her MySpace and Facebook pages because they did not show the type of person the company wanted to have working for them. Part of the job interview process was to search those sites for information about candidates.