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Recently we’ve seen a number of strange Facebook app pages promoting what claimed to be “San Andreas Multiplayer”. This of course refers to the still popular San Andreas incarnation of the Grand Theft Auto series. When the game first launched on PC in 2005, people wanted to play GTA: SA with others, but the core […]

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T minus 8 hours until we see if the threats of the hacktivist group Anonymous are fulfilled. November 5 is the scheduled demise of Facebook, according to a YouTube “press release” published months ago, and since removed. Last August a rally cry went out to willing hacktivists or guys who want “to protect the freedom […]

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I’m sure a McDonald’s themed Facebook scam seemed like a good idea to somebody at the time, but wow is this one all over the place. It’s your typical “Click here to Like”, “Post a spam comment saying how good this is” then “do one of these offers” affair. However, there are many things about […]

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