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The Associated Press reports on a new trend that should give students yet more pause when posting controversial photos of themselves online. Internet hangouts such as Facebook and MySpace have offered crime-solving help to detectives and become a resource for employers vetting job applicants, AP reports--and now the sites are proving fruitful for prosecutors, who have used damaging internet photos of defendants to cast doubt on their character during sentencing hearings and argue for harsher punishment. "Social networking sites are just another way that people say things or do things that come back and haunt them," said Phil Malone, director
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