Some believe that all of the above is cheating and all of the above is, therefore, wrong.
I counsel people not to put anything on the internet you would not want your grandmother to see, but they do it all the time anyway.
People still continue to behave in ways that leave a fairly distinct trail.
Every day people are caught sexting or engaging in other behavior their partner objects to.
Even if you are an ace at scoring a partner for a one night stand, there is always a little help you can use to polish your pick-up game.
Unless you want the whole world seeing what you're up to, don't put anything in text and don't snap photos of your private parts.
I can see this being used by recruiters and contracting folks.
For example, there's been times where I've seen someone's answer and I've wanted to say, "I'd give you $X to do some short contracting for me, because you've got exactly the kind of experience I need for a quick project." We talk a lot about the expert economy, and in order for that to work, we need a way to pay people to do work.
I think it’s extremely unlikely that your Skype calls are recorded … I’ll dive into a number of reasons I believe that to be the case.
However, there’s another, potentially more dangerous, scenario that a lot of people overlook.