How can you tell if you have befriended your enemy on a social networking site, and prevent yourself from befriending one in the future?
Some people have to worry about more then jerks becoming a friend, people who have had to deal with corruption in the justice systems, or stalkers, so how would you determine if the person requesting your friendship is a potential enemy? Keep in mind that some people depend on networking to grow their business so you can't just rely on only accepting friends you know personally.
"How can you tell if you have befriended your enemy on a social networking site, and prevent yourself from befriending one in the future?" You can't see Pvt. Bradley Manning. Have to walk an in-between assuming that both might be true. Watch what you write. Of course you can use psychology, but have to know what your doing.
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