Twilight fans, Facebook house parties and the mother-in-law email: The top 10 stories when we've shared too much

From YouTube videos of Twilight super-fans to parents catching their children bitching about them on Facebook, here are the best over-shares to be found on the internet

Sian Boyle
Tuesday 15 January 2013 10:00

We’ve all veered dangerously into giving away too much information online, from a drunk Facebook status to an inflamed tweet, but luckily not many of our social media TMIs have resulted in arrest, risk to life, public scrutiny, terror charges or global shame.

Independent Voices' list of the top incidents of too much information on social media, however, tells a different story…

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