In the choppy wake of employers requesting access to job candidates' Facebook accounts
, a new contentious issue bobs to the surface: should schools use Facebook to spy on students.
The principal at Missouri's Clayton High School, a Louise Losos, didn't see a problem with it.
She created a fictitious identity
under the pseudonym Suzy Harriston, using a stock photo of some penguins as her image.
Losos then used this account to befriend students, managing to rack up about 300 Facebook pals.