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Facebook has changed the way people do a lot of things online. For example, you probably notice yourself reflexively clicking ‘like’ on anything your friends post on Facebook, even if it’s just to acknowledge you saw it. Scammers are taking advantage of that reflex for a dangerous scam called “like-farming.”

Source: USA Today

Date: March 7th, 2016

Link to video and article: http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/columnist/komando/2016/03/04/dont-click-like-facebook-again-until-you-read/81264440/

Discussion

1) Does an article like this influence your online behavior?  If not, why not?

2) Is there a service you could provide that would help clients use this “like-farming” for something legal?

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