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Air Force Wants Hundreds of Fake Online Identities 124

Posted by timothy
from the for-great-justice-or-a-bad-simulation dept.
bizwriter writes "Bad enough that spammers are creating fake Facebook accounts that acquire connections with unsuspecting people, then inundate them with crap. Now, the US military wants software and services to manage upwards of 500 fake online personas designed to interact with social media, presumably including such sites as Facebook and Twitter."
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Air Force Wants Hundreds of Fake Online Identities

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  • by PolygamousRanchKid (1290638) on Saturday February 19, 2011 @07:14AM (#35253020)

    John Barnett, John Bigboote, John Camp, John Careful Walker, John Chief Crier, John Cooper, John Coyote, John Edwards, John Fish, John Fledgling, John Gomez, John Grim, John Guardian, John Icicle Boy, John Jones, John Joseph, John Kim Chi, John Lee, John Littlejohn, John Many Jars, John Milton, John Mud Head, John Nephew, John Nolan, John O'Connor, John Omar, John Parrot, John Rajeesh, John Ready to Fly, John Repeat Dance, John Roberts, John Scott, John Smallberries, John Starbird, John Take Cover, John Thorny Stick, John Two Horns, John Whorfin, John Wood, John Wright, John Ya Ya

    I don't know what the authors of this film were smoking, but I want some . . .

  • by louic (1841824) on Saturday February 19, 2011 @08:06AM (#35253124)
    The eagle has left the nest. Please mod my post up +5 Insightful in the interest of national security, it is a message of the utmost importance.

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