Goad, Kimberly
August 2010
Cosmopolitan;Aug2010, Vol. 249 Issue 2, p186
The article discusses the dangers of sharing too much personal information on the social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. It says that this kind habit put people on risk of burglary and other thefts and similar kind crimes. Usually people are fond of updating Facebook status, constantly sending minute personal information. If this information falls into wrong hands, that person can be victimized.


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