Health Rewind: Chicago Gang Members Fight to Keep Local Hospital Open

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Teens Believe They Are in Control of Their Online Identity and Privacy

Researchers from the Pew Research Center found that nowadays teens are more likely to post up personal information — email, phone number, hometown, school name — on social media than they did in the past. Sixty percent of teens use the highest privacy setting to evade identity theft and stalking, reported USA Today.  

 

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