如果您活跃在Facebook或Twitter等网站上，’ve seen 文章s shared from sites like Buzzfeed or Lamebook (or one of the countless others) that take screenshots of ridiculous, strange, inappropriate or funny 脸书 updates 和 鸣叫s, 和 put them together in an 文章 in hopes that others will find them equally shocking or entertaining, 和 share it with their friends.
人们已经广为流传的关于人们失业的故事。 脸书状态更新 和 鸣叫s. Recently, I came across a situation where a high school athlete lost what would have been an offer to play college ball because of content he 鸣叫ed from his personal 推特 account.
查尔斯顿大学助理足球教练派 this 鸣叫:
在撰写本文时，它已收到2226条转发，并被收藏了319次。 （Interestingly, the virality of this 鸣叫 is also a testament to the power of 社交媒体.)
Coach Hill followed up with a couple other poignant 鸣叫s:
由于社交媒体既快速又有趣，并且是一种可以与世界各地的人保持联系的方式，因此可以轻松点击“post” or “tweet” button without fully thinking through all the possible ramifications of that update. I have no idea who the student athlete was nor what he 鸣叫ed. But the bottom line is you have no way of knowing who may be checking out your profiles or screen-capping what they find.
如果你不是’t careful as to what you 发布, the next 140 characters 鸣叫ed could cost you a whole bunch of money, a whole lot of embarrassment, or both.