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”, which may help you to identify and highlight experiences of concern within your relationship.
This article was published to the Internet several years ago and was originally written to help identify “Losers” in relationships.
It's been a crazy time for data breaches and as I wrote yesterday, we've seen a very distinct pattern of historical mega breaches lately.
Fling in 2011, Linked In in 2012, tumblr in 2013 and the mother of them all, My Space in, well, we don't quite know. Firstly, the only data in the breach is an incrementing ID (possibly an internal My Space identifier which would enable to date it), an email address, username and one or two passwords.
One source of info is to look at the stats comparing mail providers from around the turn of the decade.
When we look at the top 3 email address in the My Space breach by domain, we see an interesting distribution: What's up with Gmail?!
The e-mail feedback I have received on the article has been tremendous.
It’s clear the article is a way of identifying not only “losers” but controlling, abusive, and manipulating individuals.
They entered private beta in April 2004 and didn't hit the mainstream until February 2007.
There are still 25M accounts in the My Space data so the incident certainly happened that early 2007 time frame (I recall there were a lot of people in the beta, but I doubt it was enough for 25M of them to have My Space accounts), but how much after?
What I really needed though was evidence of people who created accounts around this time frame, so I asked for some help yesterday: (Many people actually kept the original welcome email from My Space which proved enormously useful in this exercise.) All of this was pointing to the gut feel I had about the incident not occurring earlier than a 2008 time frame.