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Those darn social networking spammers

Candidate lets his son set up a MySpace page for him and discovers his friends are all adult site spammers. 'A learning experience.'
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Written by Richard Koman on

Oops - that darn social networking. David Fraley, a Republican candidate for the Arizona State House, has egg on his face after letting his 12-year-old son set up a MySpace page for the candidate. It's not so much the contents of Fraley's page as his "friends" - 10 female strippers, the Arizona Republic reports.

Clicking on Fraley's friends' links leads to ads for adult entertainers. The candidate is another victim of social spam.

Fraley said his son set it up and maintained it as a way to communicate with his older sister, who lives with her mother. "My son isn't 15 and cannot get his own Myspace account," Fraley said. "It was a learning experience for both him and I, and I've made sure he won't be doing that again."

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