Florida Man Changes Twitter and Facebook Log In and Passwords To Protect Privacy

Written by D P Whitehead

Tuesday, 25 March 2014

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Duncan Whitehead

Florida resident, Duncan Whitehead, in direct response to a hacking threat, has today changed his log in and password details for all his online banking accounts, Twitter account and Facebook account, as well as several pornographic sites.

"I will not become a victim of hacking nor data theft nor online scams," screamed Whitehead, while drinking coffee in his empty apartment.

"My new passwords and login details, for all accounts, shall be the same and I defy any hacker, identity thief or common criminal to work out that all my login's are 'Xena77' and all my passwords are the impenetrable "IloveXena**".

Once again shouting, this time while staring at himself in the mirror, while brushing his teeth, with toothpaste foam splattering the bathroom he yelled "Why have I no friends?"

Whitehead is 47, morbidly obese but sick to death of all this hacking malarkey.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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