Internet horror stories passed around on forums and other sites to disturb and frighten readers.Includes stories from Slender Man, a fictional character that inspired two 12-year-old Wisconsin girls to stab and nearly kill a friend.The icon is disguised as “My Utilities,” so no one will ever guess there are private photos tucked away in your phone.
Perverted Justice was working with "Dateline," which paid the watchdog group to create a pedophile sting that ran as a series of TV reports.Facebook has added sleuthing to its array of data-mining capabilities, scanning your posts and chats for criminal activity.If the social-networking giant detects suspicious behavior, it flags the content and determines if further steps, such as informing the police, are required.Thankfully, this is not inspired by my own domestic plight.For reasons beyond my comprehension, my husband and I have managed to spawn two well-adjusted and happy daughters.Facebook's extensive but little-discussed technology for scanning postings and chats for criminal activity automatically flagged the conversation for employees, who read it and quickly called police.Officers took control of the teenager's computer and arrested the man the next day.Facebook's software focuses on conversations between members who have a loose relationship on the social network.For example, if two users aren't friends, only recently became friends, have no mutual friends, interact with each other very little, have a significant age difference, and/or are located far from each other, the tool pays particular attention. Greenspun, said the rabbi, who was featured last year on the "To Catch a Predator" series on "Dateline NBC," kept his sexuality secret and spent thousands of hours chatting online in search of liaisons. I pray that God allows me to get that help." Kaye's attorney, Peter D.