High-school students increasingly exercise caution online

11/15/2012 | Time.com

With more than 25% of 350 school officials recently surveyed saying they consult Facebook or Google when considering college applications, a growing number of high-school students are taking measures to ensure their profiles don't sabotage their chances. Some high-school students are even deleting their Facebook profiles ahead of applying to college. Others say they have changed their privacy settings to better protect themselves from scrutiny.

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