Ninth grade student Larry Bomstad uses his cell phone Wednesday to cast votes in an interactive poll as part of the presentation. Bomstad and his fellow ACGC students heard a presentation on the dangers of a digital footprint and social networks. The presenter was Dave Eisenmann, director of instructional technology and media services at the Minnetonka school district. Tribune photo by Carolyn Lange
ACGC students hear about risks of using social media: Message to teachers
GROVE CITY -- Unlike footprints in the snow that are quickly blown away in the wind, the digital footprints people leave behind when they post a photo on Facebook or send a text message on cell phones can last forever.
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