Undeniably, just about anybody with a smartphone nowadays will lose time browsing through popular social media sites like Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram or Twitter.But the more pressing issue with Filipinos’ love affair with social media is their lack of awareness of the scams that come with using these immensely popular sites.Again, visiting the clickable site will mean having to pay money for continued use. Fake Google invitations While Facebook and Twitter play host to the majority of social media scams, according to Fabio Assolini, a senior security researcher at Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team, there are plenty of scams that can be found elsewhere.When Philippine police smashed into the one-bedroom house, they found three girls aged 11, seven and three lying naked on a bed.
Her guise was intended to put them at ease, to show them she worked in the same industry; she was one of them.
But after a while I became increasingly aware of major problems with the program.
There are alarmingly large numbers of sexual predators that habit the rooms.
At the other end of the room stood the mother of two of the children – the third was her niece – and her eldest daughter, aged 13, who was typing on a keyboard.
A live webcam feed on the computer screen showed the faces of three white men glaring out.
They can return in a few minutes after a few changes to their computer to resume their abuse.