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Steve Jobs Death Is Used For Facebook Scam

The CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs, died last week at the age of 56 years the CEO of Apple, Steve jobs, died last week at the age of 56. The passionate tinkerer, which is a role model for many IT thinker, was considered not only as an outstanding entrepreneur, but changed with the invention of iProdukten such as iMac, iPhone and iPad for revolutionized the ease of use of electronic devices. By the way, he also coined a new generation of mobile phones and tablet computers. While but now many fans of sympathetic American father mourn, blanched scammers use the news of his death for questionable practices on the Internet. As so often is the venue for the social network Facebook. There, often new messages were used, so a link like a worm through the network can eat themselves. This is what happened at the death of Osama bin Laden, the alleged execution video was posted and disseminated. In the current case, it is the message that on the occasion of Steve Jobs death iPads via Facebook be raffled.

Mostly it is for this alleged action on an English-language text advertised, such as: in memory of Steve, a company is giving out 50 ipads tonight. R.I.P Steve Jobs “. “This is actually but outright stupid and who here on like me” clicks in the hope that maybe dusting off one of the popular tablet devices, which is also far. Because no company and not the Apple group, but advertising professionals exceeding the limits of good taste and partly also the legality for their promotions is only behind this message. Also a link that leads one out but not to a contest or similar belongs to the message, but to an advertisement. So you can run it to a product offering, or you have to answer an online survey. Sometimes you arrive only at an advertising or site for online casino. So who is much on Facebook, should keep your eyes open for this audacious trick. In this case should be to in no case Click I like it”or the link to not further spread this worm in the network.

Sun, October 2 2016 » News