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Identity theft on Facebook

Dare Obasanjo reviews a Sophos press release that reveals what we always knew: social networks like Facebook make identity theft way way too easy.

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  1. mcnappy
    Posted 10 years, 2 months ago // Permalink

    Wow. He’s a sleaze, true-but that was the lamest scam ever. Why would anyone send anyone else pics of themselves “scantily clad” if you’re not dating or flirting? Even if these girls didn’t suspect anything with the first request to “save a scholarship”, the second one that asked for a picture with less clothing should have rung loud alarm bells.

    Bottom line-the internet is forever, people. Don’t take anything for granted.

  2. Posted 10 years, 2 months ago // Permalink

    Every social network makes you to expose some more details about yourself than you want to.

  3. Posted 9 years, 1 month ago // Permalink

    ho-ho! I have always been suspecting of this fact

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