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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
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tzimme4
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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
Let's say you go to your friend's house and you use his/her laptop to check your Facebook. Well if you don't log out of Facebook, and close the webpage. The next time someone logs into Facebook, it's very likely your page will still be signed in. Even if you change the password, as long as you don't log out, anybody could type whatever they like on your profile. Hopefully, you don't have any friends who are a-holes.
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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
Just admit you called that nerd a f*g, Timmothy.


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BayouRat15
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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
You know what Buddy D would say right now....


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Ba Ba Boooey
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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
So your company doesn’t control its access to important passwords? Why would an employee log into a company twitter account from someone’s house? That’s a fireable offense on its own but everybody was waiting for the “hacked” excuse
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Klingler7
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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
What’s Deke been up to ? Anyone in Amite ?


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tzimme4
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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
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Why would an employee log into a company twitter account from someone’s house?

Who said an employee did this?


Ba Ba Boooey
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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
Who controls the stations twitter account if employees don’t? An employee would have had to be incompetent enough to log into the station’s twitter account outside of the station’s premises in order for a “friend” to post from the account.

Can’t wait to hear who lost their job over being incompetent instead of just being dumb
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saintsfan22
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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
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Let's say you go to your friend's house and you use his/her laptop to check your Facebook. Well if you don't log out of Facebook, and close the webpage. The next time someone logs into Facebook, it's very likely your page will still be signed in. Even if you change the password, as long as you don't log out, anybody could type whatever they like on your profile. Hopefully, you don't have any friends who are a-holes.



So that person's best defense is incompetence.


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tzimme4
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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
If you logged into Tigerdroppings anywhere before, it's highly possible your password and login could be saved to another computer.


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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
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If you logged into Tigerdroppings anywhere before, it's highly possible your password and login could be saved to another computer.





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efrad
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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
Why would an employee log into a company twitter account from someone’s house?


Ba Ba Boooey
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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
Fortunately, I don’t log into accounts personally or professionally to computers I don’t have full control of.


tzimme4
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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
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Why would an employee log into a company twitter account from someone’s house?

No idea, but that's just an example of how easily it is to get access to something.


efrad
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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
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Fortunately, I don’t log into accounts personally or professionally to computers I don’t have full control of.


Yeah. Everyone has a phone. Who the frick logs into twitter on someone else's computer?


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pussywillows
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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
I feel like you're trying out your bull shite excuse here to see if anybody will believe it


DaleBrown
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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
Cough cough. Deke cough belevia


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cgrand
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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
I’m sure WWL will be thrilled that this clown is adjudicating this PR disaster on the OT.
What could go wrong?


Ba Ba Boooey
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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
Exactly and as busy as this site is with people and media, you know that shite has already been screen shot


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notiger1997
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re: WWL-AM twitter calls Seth Dunlap a "f*g"
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If you logged into Tigerdroppings anywhere before, it's highly possible your password and login could be saved to another computer.




Yep. Several years back my friend logged into one of the computer stations at his health club. He went to droppings and whoever had used it before was still logged in.
He had a little fun to say the least.

I would think the technology has improved a bunch now that this shouldn't be a concern for WWL.


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