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Submission + - Facebook Locking Users Out, Demanding Photo ID->

andrew3 writes: Facebook is reportedly locking out users who are suspected of infringing their Terms of Use. Facebook addict Karina Moreno received a message upon logging into her account asking for her government issued photo ID. According to Chris Morran of The Consumerist online magazine, this change is due to a recent crackdown on fake, malicious profiles. Moreno insists she didn't violate any of Facebook's rules. Facebook later restored her account and apologized, saying her account was suspended by mistake.
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Submission + - Skype Hand's Teenager's Information To Private Firm->

andrew3 writes: Skype has allegedly handed the information of a 16-year-old boy to a security firm. The information was later handed over to Dutch law enforcement. No court order was served for the disclosure. The teenager was suspected of being part of a DDoS packet flood as a part of the Anonymous 'Operation Payback'.
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