Facebook survey scammers, the hardest-working crooks in cybercrime, are exploiting Facebook's loosely-controlled photo-tagging technology to develop more attention-grabbing scam lures. The starting point of the scam commonly appears with users finding themselves tagged in their online friends' photo albums. Clicking to …
Tag strips (no not that type of strip)....
Is this what's causing tags on facebook to come up as strips instead of boxes around peoples faces? Or is that another bug?
How does "a worthless survey" earn money for the criminals?
If it's stealing public information, I can understand that.
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