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Almost one-third of workers aged between 18 and 25 are friends with their boss on social media like Facebook, a new survey has found. However, more than half of them – 58% – have admitted they’ve never cleared potentially career-damaging content from their profiles. According to a worldwide survey of 4,400 people in 11 countries by anti-virus company AVG, 13% of workers in Australia admit to posting abusive content about their boss or company after a bad day at work.

Eighteen percent of employees in Italy have been found to express their emotions online, the AAP news agency reported. Eighty percent of Spanish young working class admitted to have posted inappropriate images online, while 28% of Australians admitted doing so. The survey also found one in twelve young Aussies had been asked in a job interview about things they’ve posted online. AVG’s Australian security adviser Michael McKinnon said the level of comfort with social media was blurring the line between people’s professional and private lives.

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An armed man wearing body armor burst into a beauty spa where his estranged wife worked in the US state of Wisconsin and opened indiscriminate fire, killing three women on spot and wounding four others. The man, who was later found dead clutching a .38 caliber handgun and a bullet in his head, was identified as 45-year-old African-American Radcliffe F Haughton whose wife worked at the spa in a Milwaukee suburb shopping center.

All three of those killed were women, Brookfield police chief Dan Tushaus said. The area near the spa in Brookfield was locked down after the incident on Sunday. The victims’ ages and identities were not immediately provided. It was also not clear whether Haughton’s wife was among those killed. The incident was the second mass shooting in Wisconsin within three months. In August, six people were killed after a white supremacist opened fire at a Sikh Gurudwara. Tushaus said the first officers on the scene found the building full of smoke from a fire believed to have been set by Haughton, who had been accused of slashing his wife’s tyres two weeks before the shooting.

A restraining order was placed against him and he was directed to surrender his firearms over a suspected domestic abuse case involving his wife. President Barack Obama, who was informed about the incident, was told by his top national security officials that it was not an act of terrorism, White House press secretary Jay Carney said.

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