Sneak has a lesson for anyone that uses a public computer to carry out personal tasks like social networking: remember to log out.
That lesson would be well learned by a certain two Colombian chaps, who Sneak feels are to track-covering what snow boots are to desert attire.
We meet these smart cookies at Colombian website El Tiempo, where we learn that one of the two men who chose not to pay their bill at the web cafe they were using left his Facebook page open for all to see. This, of course, made it much easier for him to be identified.
The pair then went on to steal a motorbike, to make their getaway after their audacious crime. Needless to say, the bike has already been recovered.
There has already been a great deal said about the relevant privacy implications of using Facebook. If this does not teach you the merits of protecting your privacy, as well as the more obvious downsides of committing criminal acts, then nothing will.
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