Now anyone can find you on Facebook — no matter what – CNET

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ReadWrite Now anyone can find you on Facebook — no matter what CNET “For the small percentage of people still using the setting, they will see reminders about it being removed in the coming weeks,” Facebook announced in a blog post on the change.
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Send hidden messages in your photos through “Cryptstagram”

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People around the world are concerned with their online privacy, thanks to revelations the NSA is intercepting and reading things we thought were otherwise secret. However, people also like sharing images, especially if overloaded with wacky filters. Now you can combine those pursuits with Cryptstagram, an image sharing service that also serves to encode and send secret messages.

On one level, Cryptstagram is a set of glitch art filters for your photos. You upload your image to the service, and get to throw filters on top with…

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via Imaging Resource News Page http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/2013/10/11/send-hidden-messages-in-your-photos-through-cryptstagram

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What if Facebook stole your identity? – ZDNet

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What if Facebook stole your identity? ZDNet If she lost access to Facebook, she would lose access to her entire community. She’d be cut off from her friends, her social links, and activities.
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Il lato oscuro dei social network: la criminalità passa da Twitter – International Business Times Italia

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International Business Times Italia Il lato oscuro dei social network: la criminalità passa da Twitter International Business Times Italia Twitter, il social network dei 140 caratteri, non è solo il ‘luogo’ dove poter seguire da vicino i nostri…

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