Carson McCullough reports:
Not unlike the smell of stale sweat in locker rooms and occasionally questionable lunch offerings in the cafeteria, bad yearbook photos are an unavoidable reality for the average school student. From grade school through high school, having a cringy yearbook picture — often complete with adolescent acne and a crooked smile — is an experience many are all too familiar with.
But imagine that long after your schooling days are done, you find that your old yearbook pictures have made the rounds on the internet without your knowledge, and a company is making money from them.
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