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|Facebook relationships focus of Guelph-Humber talk||| Print ||
|Written by Catherine Divaris and Wendy Mach|
|Tuesday, 14 February 2012 12:36|
Facebook may now be telling the story of people's lives today, but an expert says they should still be cautious about how much they reveal, because their past deeds can come back to haunt them.
Amy Muise, a psychology professor at the University of Guelph-Humber, spoke to a group of students and faculty on Monday, with a focus on personal and professional relationships on Facebook.
Thedailyplanet.com reporters Catharine Divaris and Wendy Mach has the details.
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