Students turn to social media for confessions

03/19/2013 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

An emerging trend in social media is the popularity of so-called Facebook confession pages, in which high-school and college students post anonymous confessions. The pages are unofficially tied to schools, and some teachers, law enforcement officials and others say they are concerned about the pages, which at times reveal inappropriate and even illegal confessions. Others, however, say the anonymous posts offer a type of therapy for students.

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