Facebook, YouTube Tame Wild Vacations


The fear of being betrayed by a friend who would post pictures or videos of wild partying during a school break on social media sites has apparently influenced most teenagers to be more careful and choosy when out for fun. YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites that could make a regret-worthy documentation of a teenager letting his or hair down after grueling school semester go viral are the new Big Brother. Some schools, blogs, magazines, groups have a list of do’s and dont’s for spring break.

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