Another round of stolen celebrity nudes hit the web over the weekend. Now the phenomenon enthusiasts are calling "The Fappening" includes one celebrity dick, a bunch of no-names and Winona Ryder. The hackers seem to be running out of steam? This is a good thing.
In a British study of 1,000 people, more than half said they would like to delete everything they've ever posted about themselves online. 35% say the things they've posted would prevent them from having a career in politics, and a quarter have posted something they didn't want an employer to see. Yet, our newsfeeds…
"I saw that you checked in there on Foursquare," said the stranger calling the restaurant where Shea Sylvia was dining. He suggested they "hang out," adding, "You probably shouldn't be telling people where you are on Foursquare, should you?"
The majority of teens are posting information about sexual activities, drug use, and violence on MySpace, according to new research. Can warnings from adults make them clean up their profiles?