College students on Spring Break are supposedly behaving better than past generations, and it's all thanks to social networking.

Sites like Facebook and YouTube have spring breakers controlling themselves out of fear of what might end up on the Internet.

According to the 'New York Times',  they're less likely to get sloppy drunk, pass out, or get naked, because nobody wants an embarrassing video of it to end up on YouTube.

They also don't want to get tagged in an embarrassing photo on someone else's Facebook page.  So they're partying more cautiously.

Margaret Donnelly is a veteran bartender in Key West, and she says,  "They're very prudish.  Ten years ago, people were doing filthy, filthy things, but it wasn't posted on Facebook."

Has the one thing that most students say they couldn't live without, ruined the one thing that most students live for?