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Re: Find My Friends: Voluntary Stalking Made Simple
Posted by Paul Hartsock on 2011-10-18 17:26:02
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Here's an app so powerful it's apparently broken up a marriage less than a week after it hit the App Store shelves. OK, fine, what really broke up the marriage was probably the cheating, or at least the suspicion of cheating. The app just revealed a little sneaking around. And that's presuming the whole story's even true at all -- it was first spotted on a MacRumors forum, where anyone can post almost anything. Hopefully others will have a more pleasant reason to use Find My Friends.





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Re: Find My Friends: Voluntary Stalking Made Simple  Paul Hartsock  2011-10-18 17:26:02
Re: Find My Friends: Voluntary Stalking Made Simple  IonRage  2013-07-21 13:59:07
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