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This teenager’s entries on MySpace.com offer little information to strangers in themselves. But Thomas Scott, executive director for the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents, said that, ‘‘In the hands of the wrong people, it creates a bad situation.’’

Website's power to overexpose teens stirs a warning

Parents alerted to MySpace.com

By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / December 8, 2005

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Principals of several Boston area middle and high schools are warning parents to rein in teenagers who are posting intensely personal information and, in some cases, provocative photos of themselves on a free Internet site. (Full article: 1126 words)

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