Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Strict Rules In Facebook

Until now, I still don't have Facebook account. But I asked permission from my sister to log in to her account sometimes. But before I was able to log in for the first time, FB has a very strict rules. Actually my sister is in Philippines and I am here in Norway. At first FB asked so many information about the owner of the FB.

Me and my sister are talking online while I try to log in on her account. Infact, FB sent an email to my sister that they detected that somebody wanted to use her FB and located in Norway, me and her are laughing FB really detects if somebody is trying to access you account. That is very good!

Today, I read that FB puts brakes on fake status , those who are using a fake status update to dupe people into spreading a message. The scam enticed Facebook users with a titillating status update of "OMG This GUY Went A Little To Far WITH His Revenge On His EX Girlfriend" that appeared to be from a friend. Some FB users use to click the link and it will lead to clickjacking. So , I really admire how FB protects it's member. A lot of scam are spreading around so careful.

As the news: the already disabled the page of that link. So, they advised not to click any suspicious link within your FB account.

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