Apr 202011
 April 20, 2011  Posted by  Breaches, Court, Online

Here we go again. People reveal information to “Friends” from Facebook, only to find they’ve trusted the wrong person.  Jim Anderson reports:

In a case speaking to the perils of social networking, a 26-year-old Woodbury man faces 13 felony charges after being accused of hacking into Facebook accounts and duping young women into becoming friends, then stealing their photos and personal information to post on sex-oriented websites.

Timothy P. Noirjean has been charged with 13 counts of identity theft and is scheduled to make his first appearance in Washington County District Court on May 26.

Read more in the Star Tribune.

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