Why Can't We Be Friends? (Family Advocate, Vol. 33, No. 2)
Kathleen A. Hogan
Why Can’t We Be Friends? BY KATHL E EN A. HOGAN Many users share personal information, school and work affiliations, personal and political views, and the like on MySpace, Facebook, and other social networking sites. The sites make no effort to verify any of the personal information posted, and it is quite likely that many profiles portray the owner as he or she would like to be, rather than how he or she actually is (e.g., younger, older, thinner, fitter, more successful). Users of social...