Security firms are warning Facebook users to beware of what’s being called the “Candid Camera Prank” attack recently spotted on Facebook that tries to use the lure of a sexy video of a scantily clad woman on a bicycle to download a video player that’s actually Hotbar adware, and maybe worse.
A new website is aiming to teach social networkers about privacy by allowing web users to search for embarrassing Facebook status updates that can be viewed by anyone.
In the next few weeks Facebook will officially cross the 500 million user mark, placing the size of the social network at 67% larger than the total population of the United States.
Are you annoyed enough with Facebook to completely quit the social networking giant? Are you sufficiently concerned about your privacy to finally sever the ties with the website?
Keir Moffatt, 26, kicked himself for failing to ask out the ”just gorgeous” girl he met for mere moments. So he set up a Facebook page to try to track her down. In just over 10 days, the romantic odyssey had gripped well-wishers from America, Australia and Malaysia.
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