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Posted: 11:57 p.m. Monday, Sept. 2, 2013
More than one in four young social media users regret posting something that could be detrimental in the future, according to a study by FindLaw.com.
The survey found that 29 percent of Facebook and other social media users between 18-34 years old are concerned that something they posted could hurt them if seen by a prospective or current employer.
Twenty-one percent of those surveyed said they have removed a post or photo because of potential repercussions.
Most of the people surveyed said they pay some attention to security settings on their accounts; only 6 percent of those surveyed said they simply used the default settings.
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