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There are enough authentication mechanism in place but above said websites cunningly bypass these measures.

If you’ve experienced above scenario, you might be wondering why this is happening or what is going on. Once you enter your email password at (or any other such sites) following happens: will electronically approach your email service provider and says the following: “See, I’ve been authorized by Mr.

This is a good development and my below post is now rendered somewhat redundant.------------- Original Post begins -----------------An observation which I call a side effect of Web2.0 concept, many of the community websites are openly misusing web service technology to increase their member base by invading everyone’s privacy under false identity.

If the opening sentence appears confusing, read this: You get a mail which says “ABC wants you to join, click here to Join else ABC may think you said NO to his/her request” (See image).

At present this site shows links to some adult content and should be avoided.

Also has changed its user interface and now sharing email password is not mandatory, though you're tempted to do so.

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