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Taliban faux-friending soldiers on Facebook?
Wednesday - 9/12/2012, 5:25pm EDT
The Australian government reviewed social media protections and found an "overt reliance on the site's privacy settings led to a "false sense of security."
CSO reports that by pretending to be attractive women the Taliban is managing to befriend soldiers and find their locations after they update their profiles.
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