At 17 she did this in public high school EVERY day. Outrageous?

You may have seen your friends liking this link. DON’T CLICK ON IT.

It will have been accompanied by the image of a lady’s posterior. Naturally you’re supposed to click on it like a moron. This is a standard type of ‘Like-Jacking’ spam. Once you click on the link and visit the page, a script automatically makes you like the page too, which then advertises the fact on Facebook. As a result, more people click on it, and unwittingly like it, and so it spreads.

Lesson here: Don’t click links just because it has a stupid headline and a tempting image. Be smarter.

Comments

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  2. shooter00009 says:

    we’re geniuses we can unlike the link.