If you ask any Millennial if they’ve “Facebook stalked” someone, chances are they’ll say yes. Whether it’s before a first date, befriending someone new or seeing what an old friend or old flame has been up to, we’ve all done it. Some employers take to Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to see if anything offensive or controversial has been posted by their potential new hires. Social media stalking in general has been rather normalized in the modern digital age of oversharing because it takes little to no effort to do it.
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