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  11. Bad move, Rockyou, bad move!

    Anyway, I think the question of online security or social media theft is in the back of a lot of people’s minds, which is good since they become more aware and more cautious with their online decisions (what message to post, what details to put in their profile). But I think there’s really no assurance available that we will ever be safe, especially since the Internet is so dynamic rules can change in a very short span of time. The best step to do is to take more stringent precautions. Spread the word about the gruesome reality and effect of social media theft.

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