1. Mobile Phone Virus Hoax

    Messages claim that a destructive virus will infect your mobile (cell) phone if you receive a call that displays "ACE" or "XALAN" on the screen.

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  2. Elf Bowling Virus Hoax

    This old “virus warning” is still crossing inboxes. Although the games mentioned in the email are real, they do not contain viruses.…

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  3. Facebook ‘Daphne Bcsakai Serious Threat Warning’ Hacker Hoax

    Facebook warning claims that you should not approve a person that uses the name Daphne Bcsakai or Daphne Bcstahl because she is a hacker.

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  4. CASE NOW SOLVED – Message Asks For Help to Identify Man Killed By Train in Melbourne

    A widely circulated social media message asks for help identifying a young man killed by a train in Melbourne, Australia in September 2012.

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  5. Facebook Photograph of Man Riding Motorbike Over Children’s Hands

    A photograph circulating via Facebook depicts a smiling man riding a motorbike across the outstretched hands of children lying on the ground in a row.

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