Illicit Twitter pictures could have future consequences for students

A Twitter feed featuring photographs of teens drinking and committing sexual acts continues to gain momentum.



Critics say that aside from being potentially embarrassing, the images showcased on @LIPartyStories can be damaging to a person's future ambitions.



Jason Cascone, of Long Island University, says he is warning young people all the time that pictures or posts can be damaging later in life, especially he says for landing a job or getting into a post-graduate program.



"I think one of the litmus tests that people use is that if you don't want your grandmother to see it, don't put it out there, " he says.


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