New Sites Make It Easier To Spy on Your Friends

If you are still relying on Google to snoop on your friends, you are behind the curve.

Armed with new and established Web sites, people are uncovering surprising details about colleagues, lovers and strangers that often don’t turn up in a simple Internet search. Though none of these sites can reveal anything that isn’t already available publicly, they can make it much easier to find. And most of them are free.

Full WSJ Article

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One Response to New Sites Make It Easier To Spy on Your Friends

  1. suitepotato says:

    The advantage to almost never using your real name ever anywhere on the Internet is greatly decreased risk of being specifically targeted by whackos.

    I’m still working on the non-specific random targeting by whackos but it involves hungry dogs, a pressurized barbecue sauce sprayer, and 20,000 volts.

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