Who's Spying On Your Social Networking Profile?

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Do you really want strangers around the world to know all that? Your social networking activity can be quite revealing — a kind of informal resume and kitchen table chat, not tailored to a specific event or situation and very likely full of unintended personal disclosures. I’m a private investigator and this chatter is the very information I cull on the Internet. And not just on Valentine's Day!

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