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      CommentAuthorMonk.Eastman
    • CommentTimeAug 5th 2008 edited
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    Here.

    The story details how morons seeking Twitterpr0n are lead to a faulty Flash site, where malware comes to eat your internetz.

    Nonetheless, I think it's interesting how quickly hackers adapt to each platform, finding value in the New 'Net's latest modes of interaction; while traditional venues still puzzle to figure leverage.

    I mean imagine if a major label used Twitter to seed their latest hit album. Or if Simon+Schuster used it to link to the first three chapters of their hottest young author's next novel. Or Electronic Arts dropped a trailer to their next video game.

    Instead, some enterprising son of a bitch made Internet Stabbyâ„¢.
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      CommentAuthoroleoleo
    • CommentTimeAug 5th 2008
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    as usual, choose your friends wisely
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    There's twitterporn? Really? Neat.
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      CommentAuthoroldhat
    • CommentTimeAug 5th 2008
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    Are people that desperate for porn that they need to find it on TWITTER? Come on folks, it's the INTERNET! Free porn sites are readily available to anybody!