Busted on Facebook

A suggestion: if you’re cheating on your spouse or have kidnapped your children, put the photos on Friendster. No one will ever see them.

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2 thoughts on “Busted on Facebook

  1. This doesn’t even scratch the surface of what’s possible when, not if, somebody gains access to the back end of Facebook.
    All the same data you could laboriously pull off a million pages, except indexed for centralized searching.

  2. “This doesn’t even scratch the surface of what’s possible when, not if, somebody gains access to the back end of Facebook.”
    Perhaps, but the profit potential seems limited. Better to gain access to credit card information from online retailers and to set up botnets.
    And then there are the government-operated or sponsored systems with tax, criminal record, and soon health information.

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