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Don't Be a Loser: Think Before You Post - Slide 4

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Next time you get the impulse to fire off a photo from your smartphone to your Facebook page you may want to take a deep breath and make sure it's not going to come back to haunt you. The study found that smartphone owners are more than twice as likely to post something they regret, compared to non-smartphone owners.

If you think Anthony Weiner's problems are just isolated online difficulties that don't happen to regular folks, you should think again. In a recent Retrevo Gadgetology study that looked at how people use the gadgets in their lives, over half the respondents under 25 years old said they regret posting something online. When Retrevo looked back at a similar Gadgetology study from a year ago it doesn't look like online users have learned much, as the number of those with "poster's remorse" has actually revealed a subtle increase.

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