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Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Facebook In New Hampshire Turns Into A Real-Life PleaseRobMe.com   —  Remember Please Rob Me, the site that tried to raise awareness about the dangers of broadcasting publicly on Foursquare and other geo services when you are not home?  I don't know that any burglaries ever actually occurred …
Sep 10, 2010, 11:15 AMIn context
Sarah Perez / ReadWriteWeb:
I Can Stalk U: New Site Posts Exact Locations of Twitter Users Posting Geotagged Photos   —  Remember PleaseRobMe.com?  The website, which warned of the dangers in sharing your physical location online, now has a successor called I Can Stalk U.  —  While PleaseRobMe (now shuttered) …
Aug 23, 2010, 4:20 PMIn context
MediaShift:
What Are the Legal Implications of PleaseRobMe?   —  They know where you sleep, and now they know where you get coffee.  —  That was the message driven home by the recently created website PleaseRobMe.com.  The site aggregates Twitter posts sent when a person uses Foursquare to check in at a location …
Mar 8, 2010, 3:50 PMIn context
Hutch Carpenter / I'm Not Actually a Geek:
PleaseRobMe Is the Logical Extension of Our Worst Fears about Location-Based Services   —  The rise of location-based social media holds a lot of promise and benefit for participants.  But a legitimate concern about them is that they make it too easy to track where you are.
Feb 17, 2010, 12:55 PMIn context

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