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Komando column: Erase a vengeful ex from your digital life

4:29 PM, Mar. 1, 2013
(Casey Lake/Daily Tribune Meida of Wisconsin Rapids)
(Casey Lake/Daily Tribune Meida of Wisconsin Rapids)
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Breaking up is hard to do. It's even harder in the age of the Internet and social media. Many former spouses, partners, boyfriends and girlfriends now seek digital revenge.

This could be done by posting fake messages on the ex's social media, or even posting intimate photos and messages for everyone to see. Some people go to great lengths to destroy their ex's reputation.

It doesn't help that people leave themselves wide open for attack. A recent survey conducted by online security firm McAfee revealed that more than 50 percent of people share account passwords with their partner. Plus, 1 in 3 ...

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