By Anonymous - 24/02/2010 03:41 - United States
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You're 16, and for all you know she could be in her 30's or 40's. Giving out your PUBLIC music profile, which anyone can see and just about every musician wants everyone to see, isn't wrong. In fact it's part of growing your followers. There is nothing wrong with what she did, and even if he was creepy all she has to do is block or ignore him. Not that hard, especially since most websites come with a handy button for that. Sorry to hear that happen but it might not have been because he didn't want to talk. Could have been he was busy or left the computer. I've had that happen before, both to me and it was me.
actually, if it's a picture you uploaded to myspace or facebook and then re-saved to send someone or upload elsewhere, your myspace/facebook info will be embedded in the exif data. and someone could find your home address just from your ip if they were determined enough. it doesn't really matter how cautious and paranoid you are. the only way to stay completely safe is to just stay offline.
chances are a creeper is just gonna get freaky to your picture, not travel across country/state/ect and look for one girl in a general area that her music Myspace says she lives in. most people don't put their address on their profile.you usually only get stalked by people who know you.