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How To Erase Yourself From the Internet

Are you trying to remove yourself completely from all forms of social media? Maybe you're tired of being sent e-mail after e-mail from a retailer you bought from once? A new website has made the task of removing your footprint from certain parts of the internet a lot easier.

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Would You Want To Visit All Your Facebook Friends In Person? [POLL]

By Bill Doyle

For many Facebook users, their friends list includes childhood acquaintances, work friends, relatives, and a group of people they may have never met. They could be in just about any category; for me, most of the Facebook "friends" I have that I've never met are the offspring of relatives that I do know; but I'll probably never meet them.

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Don’t Want Spoilers? Avoid Twitter

By Bill Doyle

As it has gotten easier to record and store each and every show you like, it has also gotten more difficult to avoid spoilers that will ruin your enjoyment of those shows. The culprit: Social media, which has fundamentally changed the way some people watch TV.

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Charged Upped to Murder After Tweets

An 18-year-old accused of killing a bicyclist with his car has had a vehicular manslaughter charge upgraded to murder in part because he boasted about speeding on Twitter, prosecutors said Thursday.

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Do Your Kids Know What They’re Doing on Facebook? [POLL/AUDIO]

With so much rain lately your kids are probably spending a lot of time indoors staring at a computer screen.

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Social Media Affecting Job Chances [AUDIO]

A cover letter and resume aren't the only things an employer looks at when you're applying for a job.

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OMG – Social Media Classes Could be Coming to Schools

Do you remember the old song “School Days” and the line "Reading and writing and arithmetic?"

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Facebook or Twitter – Which Do You Prefer? [POLL]

Which is your social media of choice? Do you even have a favorite or preference?

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Poll: Teens Migrating to Twitter

A new poll finds that teens are sharing more about themselves on social media. They're also moving increasingly to Twitter to avoid their parents and the "oversharing" that they see on Facebook.

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Facebook Rolls Out Timeline Update to Users

If you are just now getting used to Facebook's transition from the wall to Timeline, prepare yourselves, more changes are on the way.

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