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08-23-12, 09:58 AM #1
Website shows your address and picture of your home to the world when you tweet that you're homeA website with the very explicit name WeKnowYourHouse.com is walking the fine line between creepy and clever by drawing attention to the safety concerns arising from location-enabled social updates.WeKnowYourHouse scans Twitter for location-enabled tweets with phrases like "at home" then matches the location to its corresponding Google Street View image."All of this information is publicly accessible," reads an explainer on the site. "WeKnowYourHouse.com is simply pulling it all together to show what could happen when you tweet with your location or check in to somewhere."It's a bit similar to PleaseRobMe.com, which also operates under the banner of user awareness in sharing check-ins from people, indicating they're not at home.
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