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WARNING EVERYBODY: New hackers on Facebook and what they write is aggression from you and it’s insulting. I just want to say, if you get something that is offensive, malicious, vulgar, etc., it is ABSOLUTELY NOT from me! If you get anything like this from me, please tell me and report it immediately to Facebook. Everyone knows me and knows how I am, so please don’t be fooled! Facebook accounts can be retooled by hackers to issue missives their actual owners would never send (such as the posting of derogatory notes on friends’ walls), but the mechanism whereby malcontents gain such control is one of social engineering rather than computer wizardry.

One result of this can be that you will be deleted on your friends list. False warnings about hackers invading Facebook accounts to post insulting messages to the walls of friends of the rightful owners of those accounts have been circulating in e-mail and on social networking sites since at least 2011.

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without any human intervention.” What exactly are the boundaries and editorial criteria of that censorship, and how do they differ among search engines?

Such suggestions get blocked and filtered—censored—for their potential to influence us.

As Google writes in its autocomplete FAQ, “we exclude a narrow class of search queries related to pornography, violence, hate speech, and copyright infringement.” Bing, on the other hand, makes sure to “filter spam” as well as to “detect adult or offensive content,” according to a recent post on the Bing blog.

There’s no special programming trick the ill-intentioned have mastered that allows them to seize control of social media accounts, no way for ‘hackers’ to randomly access Facebook accounts and use them to send insulting and/or sexual messages in others’ names.

(So-called Facebook “pirates” might be able to achieve a similar effect, but they do so by creating new accounts that impersonate existing accounts, not by “hacking” into the latter.) Instead, it comes down to a matter of tricking the unsuspecting into unlocking the door through which invaders gain the access they seek.

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