Endanger Users of Twitter, Thief Website Condemned


quotes from the Telegraph, Friday (19/2/2010), this site takes data from sites like Twitter. If a user posts to indicate he was not at home, so his name would appear on this site.

"Some people use these sites with bad intentions, hopefully very few in number," said Dr. David Baker, a criminal expert at Monash University.

Simon Davies, director of Privacy Internatinal no less scathing critical. According to him, the site was not responsible because it allows the robbers knew the house empty Twitter user.

But manufacturers argue the site bad intentions. Boy Van Amstel, one of the developers claimed the site is very difficult for thieves take advantage of existing information. The purpose according to the site to raise awareness so that people do not haphazardly written posts on the web.



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