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One Comment on “Facebook Safety 101”

  1. Dean
    Wow, it's getting worse. Now pages you become fans of (or 'Like') are starting to get blatant. Here's an example of a page that is straight-up asking you to paste JavaScript into your address bar and execute it... http://bit.ly/fbjshack You have to have your wits about you when you're on the Web. Think about what you're about to click when you click it. Think, "is it worth it to me?" Even the link I put above - I would personally look at and wonder, "is this guy legit?" Just treat the Internet like you would a side street in New York City and you'll do well. If you think, "I have a Mac - I'll be safe," you're wrong. Your browser doesn't care which operating system you have. Windows, Mac, Linux - no one is safe.

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