Canada Post clerk Fired for Nasty Facebook Posts

May 11, 2012
Categories: Cyber · News
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You may want to think twice of what you post on Facebook.

Even if you think you are restricting access to a select few people, you are leaving a digital trail that can come back and bite you.

A woman in Alberta found out the hard way.  Click here to read more.

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