New Survey Proves 35% of Americans Have Online Regrets [Headlines]
A new survey shows Americans regret posting drunkenly online.
According to a new study from Retrevo, 35% of Americans have posted something online that they later regretted. This particular study, inspired by the misdoings of Rep. Anthony Weiner, is part of an ongoing survey from the consumer electronics shopping and review site Retrevo.com. It was administered in June 2011 to a group of 1,000 people from all age and income brackets across the U.S. Not surprisingly, the study found that smartphone users are more than twice as likely to mispost. Mashable
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