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People need to be much more aware of the risks they might be running by revealing too much personal information

CM Punk 'quits the WWE' only weeks before Wrestlemania 30

Wrestler reportedly said he is 'going home'

A screen shot from the NotBuyingIt app.

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The app builds on the #NotBuyingIt Twitter campaign

Cory Monteith's name was misspelled during a memorial segment at the 56th Grammys

Cory Monteith's name misspelled in Grammy Awards tribute

The singer's name appeared as 'Cory Montieth' in a memorial video

West Bromwich Albion's French striker Nicolas Anelka gestures as he celebrates scoring their second goal against West Ham United

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Anelka has been charged by the FA and could face a minimum five-match ban if found guilty

Hannah and Chico take the long way round Wales

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Thierry Henry has admitted he does not like social media sites such as Twitter and Instagram and has no plans to join them

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The former Gunners' striker says there  is a 'minus 120%' of him joining social media after he admits he is happy in his 'old school' ways

Maajid Nawaz: Lib Dem prospects

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Nick Clegg has intervened in a growing row over freedom of expression, describing as “unacceptable” death threats made against a prospective Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate who tweeted a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed and Jesus greeting each other.

Anthony Hilton: Objective journalism is Tough in the Twitter age

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Chris Froome got sunburnt while wearing his Sky mesh kit

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Chris Froome might be renowned for his searing speed in time trials but the Tour de France winner was left feeling the burn, and fearing blisters, on his back after neglecting to apply enough sunscreen while training in South Africa this week.

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The scene outside Shenfield station this morning, after a 44-year-old City worker was shot in the leg on his way into London

Shenfield station shooting: City worker shot in leg on way to work in ‘deliberately targeted attack’

Police are appealing for witnesses after a balaclava-wearing gunman fled from the scene

The CBBC studio in Media City in Salford, Manchester.

Children's channel CBBC criticised for ‘Girls are girls and boys are boys’ guideline

The CBBC has come under fire on Twitter in response to a section of one of its audience guides entitled ‘Girls are girls and boys are boys’.

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