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Your web communication could soon be tapped more easily by the government.
Criminals have become pretty good at using social media to steal money and commit other crimes, but now law enforcement officials are using social media to catch crooks.
As the "800-pound gorilla in the social networking space," Facebook is teaming with the nation's attorneys general to educate teens and their parents about online privacy and safety.
Facebook is still the most popular social network out there, but there are signs teenagers aren't as excited about it as they used to be.
Harford County authorities are investigating nude photos posted on Facebook that appear to be of girls from Edgewood High School.
As we are hearing more and more about Chinese cyberspies and hacked Twitter accounts, it's clear that online criminals are hard at work, evolving along with cutting-edge technology and putting everyday Internet users at risk.
It looks like an "Onion" spoof has roots in reality.
Bandsintown app helps keep track of concerts in the area so you never miss a show from your favorite band.
Have you had the chance to try the new way of communicating on Facebook? It's old school. It's called "speaking."