How To Practice Safe SurfingEdward Baig
She had gotten away, but he found her again. He simply entered her name in an Internet search engine, and up popped her E-mail address. He set up an account with a fictitious name on the same Internet service provider she used--and came up with an excuse to write to her. Soon, they were online confidants. She told him about a former relationship that had ended badly, never suspecting he might be the guy. They arranged to meet, and she was enthusiastic. But then, something he said set off an alarm, and she realized who he was--just in the nick of time.
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