Malware aimed at social networks may steal your reality

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    Malware aimed at social networks may steal your reality

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    The need that everyone seems to have for everyone knowing when they take a piss or pop a zit, or break up, have sex, ANYTHING really, and that social networking no longer includes going over to your friends house and asking if they are home bothers me.

    /rant

    Honestly though, I've been waiting a while for malware and viruses to target these places.
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    Normally people just do it themselves even hackers are getting bored of the places now these days ^_^ I stopped gatering information there two years ago.
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    first "they" "steal" your "identity", now "they" "steal" your "reality".

    what a load of cobblers.

    no, i am not bothered at all.
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    mmm, cobbler

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    cobbler Chocolate pie yes :)
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    Aaand derailed lol.
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    on the first page too!

    good thing it's the chillout-room...
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    yep :P soory we made chocolate pie lastnight and i passed out before I had a chance to get nay so my min has been on that all day but heres a funny video :)

    Animator Mark Fiore on Wiretapping the Web - Newsweek
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