Being Caught Oversharing

Over-sharing on social media sites is nothing new.

From MySpace surveys that were engineered by thieves to find out personally identifiable information (many surveys included mother's maiden name, or the first address you lived at, etc... all of which are questions that can be used to validate a person's identity for a credit report), to telling thieves when you're going to be away from your home.

On Twitter, a new user name is punishing folks who post pictures of their debit cards online.

We'd obviously never condone such an action (either posting pics of your personal information online, or aggregating this information).

But, at least they're bringing more awareness to over-sharing.