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While the Nigerian "Advance Fee" scam seems to be fairly common knowledge among younger internet users, there are many old people that are not aware of such scams. The US Government considered it a 419 scam and recommends anyone who receives such communication to contact the FBI or Secret Service. The Australian Government goes even further and warns their citizens about how the Nigerian scam works and which signs to look out for. Whatever you do, DO NOT SEND THEM MONEY, IT IS A SCAM. NIGERIA HAS NO PRINCE.

But one thing is for sure: If there ever was a real prince of Nigeria, he would have a hard time emailing anyone.

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In a completely surreal scene, local and national media swarmed and entered the apartment of San Bernardino shooters Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik lived.



The FBI turned the apartment back over to the landlord, who pried off ply wood that covered the door and then seemingly invited anyone to go through the apartment.



The Law Enforcement Analyst for CNN seemed visible upset and dumbfounded over the media's irresponsible rummaging of the scene, and how the FBI seemed to have turned it over.



MSNBC Reporters and Producers essentially doxxed one of the shooter's mothers.



Not to be outdone, CNN reported on anything and everything that seemed related.



And to think that Cable news outlets were some of the ones calling Internet forum communities the 'dangerous mobs' that were only looking for 'vigilante justice'.

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The glossary was recently made public through a Freedom of Information request by the group MuckRock, which posted the PDF, called "Twitter shorthand," online. Despite its name, this isn't just Twitter slang: As the FBI's Intelligence Research Support Unit explains in the introduction, it's a primer on shorthand used across the Internet, including in "instant messages, Facebook and Myspace."

Yes, that does say Myspace.

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