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September 30, 2011

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Aaron Worthing

wholly apart from the legal issues, it highlights the fact that you have to be careful how you are taken on the internet. so if you pass on something like that, first try to make it clear the source is the onion. failing that, at least say somewhere in it "(satire)"

yeah, its less fun to say specifically you are joking when you are, but you are therefore less likely to cause a security panic.

Btw, did Wells ever get in trouble for that War of the Worlds broadcast? Of course broadcast is different than twitter, if only because there is no need for licensing.

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