UNC among colleges with online social networking policies for athletes
Mon Aug 4, 2008
Five of these schools already have specific monitoring policies in effect — Auburn, Iowa State, Ohio State, Miami and North Carolina. Others warn athletes of the potential dangers of sites such as Facebook and MySpace through student-athlete handbook policies, meetings, coach's discussions and even letters. Some schools don't have a specific policy but allow coaches to monitor at their discretion, or take action if inappropriate material online is reported.
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