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Topic - Evan Lesser
Young people, beware: That drunken selfie on your Facebook page or obscene rant on your Twitter feed could come back to haunt you — by killing your job prospects. So says the country's top military officer.
A more common infraction is poor judgment, such as posting pictures of anything embarrassing that could later be used against someone, Mr. Lesser said.
Such postings don't necessarily disqualify a candidate for a security clearance, but they can be used as part of an examination of the whole person or to corroborate something said during an interview, he said.