USA Today reports that if you take a close look on any college campus these days, you will see many students using cell phones, but only a few are being used for conversations. Many college students are using what observes call the next big consumer technology shift: Mobile Social Networking Software, or “MoSoSo.” The massive reach of social networking services such as Facebook or MySpace, combined with GPS software, has put some very powerful technology in the hands of youth. While many users are excited about the conveniences this technology can provide, many who have been tracking technology for a while say that as the benefits of a multipurpose mobile phone expand, so do the risks. In addition to possible security issues presented by the technology, many cultural observers believe that the technology is potentially addictive and young users often stay plugged into a virtual network, oblivious to the real world around them…