Posts Tagged ‘oversharing’

Congressman’s Instagram Photos Reveal Misuse of Taxpayer Money

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Illinois representative Aaron Schock is facing serious scrutiny over accusations that he has been misusing taxpayer money for expensive travel and entertainment. His downfall came in the form of Instagram photos: the EXIF data gave him away.
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Snapchat Update Includes Ability to Replay Snaps, Add Filters and More

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Snapchat, famous for dealing with the problem of rising attention spans by whittling the life of a photo down to 10 seconds, has gotten a little more time-friendly with an update that includes a limited option for re-viewing images later. Read more…

Man Shares Murder Picture on Facebook After Shooting His Wife

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A Miami man is in jail after allegedly killing his wife, then confessing to the crime and posting a grisly image of the body on Facebook.
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Twitter Account Retweets Publicly Shared Photos of Credit/Debit Cards

@NeedADebitCard is a new Twitter account that finds and retweets photographs of credit/debit cards that are publicly shared through the service. Apparently many people don’t know that it’s not a good idea to publish photos that allow anyone to see your credit card information. The account’s byline is: “Please quit posting pictures of your debit cards, people.”
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