COLUMBIA— A team of computer programmers developed Kevin Long's idea, and Missouri's football team became the first to use it. Long's service, UDiligence, tracks the use of racy or explicit words on social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter or MySpace.
TODAY'S QUESTION: Should the Missouri football team's language be tracked on social networking sites?
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