Teens Thwart ID Theft On MySpace

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Identity theft is becoming a problem on social networking sites, especially among teens. Some dishonest users steal images of pretty girls to attract romantic attention. Others grab the photo of someone they dislike to create a fake derogatory profile that makes that person look bad. But for some teens, it's actually a badge of honor.

Asha Richardson reports for Youth Radio.



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