Ways to protect facebook Account Against Clickjacking, Hacking
Facebook teamed up with internet safety browsing company Web of Trust in early May in an effort to beef up the social networking site’s security settings and to prevent spamming and clickjacking—a malicious hacker technique that "tricks" web users to revealing sensitive information such as passwords and social security numbers whenever they "click" on a attractive and misleading link, such as "click here to win a free iPad2."
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Bizarre Facebook Related Crimes
Social networks can be dangerous. Your personal life put on display to your friends on social network can give them too much right over your data. However, some internet laws help you save your privacy, to an extent. You can do some jail time for some crimes committed online. Here are some of the most bizarre and ridiculous Facebook related crimes.
Violating a restraining order is a bad thing, even if you do it on Facebook. Shannon Jackson from Tennessee did just that. She was prohibited phoning, contacting or communicating in any way with the petitioner. This act is punishable with 11months and 29 days of incarceration. No matter how virtual it may seem, the one who break the law in this way ought to pay $2500.
Are We Obsessed With Facebook?
Facebook profiles are like belly buttons: Everybody’s got one. 1 out of ever 13 humans and three out of four Americans is on Facebook, and one out of 26 signs into Facebook on a daily basis. We could rattle off stats like that until the cows come home, but instead, we’d like to show you this fascinating infographic from SocialHype and OnlineSchools.org. Plain and simple you are probably obsessed, as long as you don’t play farmville or poke people on the reg. then you are just like everyone else, but once you start doing shit like that then you need to reevaluate your life.