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  2. Find and remove unusual activity on your AOL account

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    From a desktop or mobile browser, sign in and visit the Recent activity page. Depending on how you access your account, there can be up to 3 sections. If you see something you don't recognize,...

  3. MySpace was just acquired by 94-year-old magazine ... - AOL.com

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    Tim Vanderhook, Viant CEO, told Business Insider last year that the company's revenue was in the "hundreds of millions," having grown 20% year-on-year. What Time plans to do with Viant (and MySpace)

  4. Myspace - Wikipedia

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    Myspace (formerly stylized as MySpace) is a social networking service based in the United States. Launched on August 1, 2003, the site was the first social network to reach a global audience, and had a significant influence on technology, pop culture and music. [3] The site played a critical role in the early growth of companies like YouTube ...

  5. Criticism of Myspace - Wikipedia

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    The social networking website Myspace has faced criticism on a variety of fronts. Many of these criticisms are blunted by the massive redesign of the site in 2012, occurring after the majority of original users had abandoned the website. The primary problem with MySpace dealt with the European aristocracy 's control of the word "My ...

  6. Privacy concerns with social networking services - Wikipedia

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    The hide muted status feature allows users to hide specific updates or interactions with specific users; however, if the user would decide to "unhide" their status or updates from certain users, a list of all updates will be shown to the previously blocked user (including the previously hidden status/updates).

  7. Kids for cash scandal - Wikipedia

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    The "kids for cash" scandal centered on judicial kickbacks to two judges at the Luzerne County Court of Common Pleas in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. In 2008, judges Michael Conahan and Mark Ciavarella were convicted of accepting money in return for imposing harsh adjudications on juveniles to increase occupancy at the PA Child Care for-profit detention centers.

  8. Timeline of computer viruses and worms - Wikipedia

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    August 19: The Sobig worm (technically the Sobig.F worm) spreads rapidly through Microsoft systems via mail and network shares. September 18: Swen is a computer worm written in C++. October 24: The Sober worm is first seen on Microsoft systems and maintains its presence until 2005 with many new variants.