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Posts Tagged ‘Twitter Stalkers’

Teen’s Death Is Eerie Reminder About Stranger Danger Online

Hannah Truelove is said to have been a shy teen. And although external beauty isn’t the measure of a person, friends say her inner beauty was equally striking.

She was found dead this past Friday night, just behind the apartment complex where she lived with her mom. Police suspect social media played a role – and they’re looking at Twitter specifically.
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Tweeting From Home? You May Find Yourself On WeKnowYourHouse.com

By now you’ve probably seen folks tweet some pretty stupid things, from credit card pics to vacations plans – all putting them at risk to be victimized.

Have you ever thought that tweeting about being bored at home could be just as ill-advised? Well, it is.
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WARNING: Twitter “Top Stalkers” TweetViewer Virus Still Spreading

Regardless of how much fun it would be to see the latest people who visited your Twitter profile page, you can’t. So keep this in mind when under the barrage of a Twitter scam like “Twitter Stalkers” which hit late last week and is still going strong.
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Should I Protect My Profile On Twitter?

No. *

* That is, unless you’re a part of the witness protection program, have serious stalker issues (either way), like to criticise your boss, only want to chat to your ‘real’ friends, don’t want your boyfriend/girlfriend, mother/father, sister/brother, aunt/uncle obsessing over your every word, really hate people or generally have something to hide. In which case, that’s cool, but maybe you’d be better off with something like MSN or a very private Facebook account, as opposed to a medium which by definition lends itself to open engagement, participation and connection. Besides, you do realise that the people you approve can just copy and paste the things you say, right? Right?