An investigation set up in 2012 revealed that advertising through Facebook’s network resulted in likes from fake and suspicious accounts despite the fact they would never have been real customers or held any genuine interest in the business at all. Years have passed and Facebook has finally announced that it […]
Hi-jacked Snapchat accounts have reportedly been sending weight loss ads to user contacts, initially being identified on Twitter by users across several different countries. This time around, accounts aren’t being breached by a hack, or at least that’s what Snapchat is telling users.
As many users will be aware, Facebook’s Newsfeeds have developed an increasing amount of spam involving clickbait: the nonsense links with intriguing headlines that tempt you to click on them but lead you to nonsense pages providing little to no content. In order to make Facebook spam free and maybe […]
LinkedIn have fallen into a legal issue as a result of sending unwarranted emails to contacts in users’ address books in an attempt to attract more customers to sign up. Spam emails have reportedly been sent to individuals outside of the network, requesting them to connect with users in their […]
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It’s been a hard weekend for AOL who are currently resolving a hacking crisis that occurred on Sunday. Whilst it is unclear as to how many users have been compromised at this point, it is believed that less than 1 percent of users have been affected however AOL aim to […]