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Issue 90 - Hoax-Slayer Newsletter

Issue 90: March, 2009

This month in Hoax-Slayer:
    1. Do Not Call - Mobile Phones Going Public Hoax
    2. Mass Migration of Rays
    3. McDonald's Survey Phishing Scam Email
    4. Coconut Crab Photographs
    5. Highest Position In The World - Babu Sassi Crane Operator
    6. Presidential Determination Rumour - Palestinian Resettlement in US
    7. Children's Charity Job Offer Scam
    8. MTN Free Nokia Phone Hoax Email
    9. Operation Yellow Jacket - Speeding Ticket Frenzy Hoax
    10. Cindy Hogman (or Hogan) Prayer Request Email
    11. Abbey Bank Suspended Access Phishing Scam
    12. Email Forward: Help Identify Young Girl Caught in Tsunami
    13. Air Force One Tail Number Hoax
    14. Delta Air Lines Passenger Itinerary Receipt Malware Emails

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Hoax-Slayer now includes Social Networking!
Social networking is evolving into one of the primary driving forces of the Internet. And why not! Above all else, the Internet is about communication and the exchange of information. Over the last few months, I have been gradually integrating a site commenting system into Hoax-Slayer. Many Hoax-Slayer articles now have commenting available so that site visitors can discuss the issue at hand right on the page. The commenting system is provided by Disqus and is so far proving very popular.

To complement the existing comment system I have now created a social networking component. Hoax-Slayer Social gives Hoax-Slayer visitors even more opportunities to interact and exchange information. The system combines forums, blogs, chat and a number of other features into one, easy-to-use interface.

Hoax-Slayer Social replaces the previous Hoax-Slayer Forums as well as the site blog.

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