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Done! I'm assuming that your thesis is that social networking sites reveal too much of our information? At my high school earlier this year, there was a kid who had a sign telling people to follow him on twitter at a football game. The school, seeing this, went onto his Twitter, and there was some "profane content"on it. The student was suspended for three days because of this. I myself think that that is an invasion of privacy through social networking. I don't know if this will help you, but I thought that it might.

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