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Incident: Why you shouldn’t post a picture of a boarding pass on social media | SMH

Australian Social Media Privacy Breach September 2020: Why you shouldn’t post a picture of a boarding pass on social media. Security experts are repeating warnings to keep pictures of documents with personal information and barcode.

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Incident: ‘Lesson learnt’: Shane Watson caught in embarrassing X-rated photo hack | Yahoo Sports

Australia Social Media Hack October 2019: Australian Cricketer Shane Watson has apologised to his social media followers after inadvertently posting a number of X-Rated photos after his Twitter and Instagram accounts were hacked.

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Incident: Officer used police computer network to stalk dozens of potential Tinder dates | ABC News Australia

A former long-serving police officer has been jailed for six months for illegally accessing the personal details of almost 100 women to determine if they were “suitable” dates.

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Incident: NSW Policeman sent intimate photos from arrested woman’s phone to other officers via Facebook | SMH

A former Sydney police officer is facing up to a year in jail after he took intimate images from an arrested woman’s phone and sent them to fellow officers on Facebook.

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‘Likes’ after death: handling the deceased’s social media | Professional Planner

Social media use continues to grow, making the fate of accounts a major issue. Family members and executors will encounter different rules on different platforms. Source: ‘Likes’ after death: handling the deceased’s social...

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