Those Pesty Chain Letters
This advisory was just received from a friend.
Here's a nice little tidbit of information that came my way this morning. This is why I plan to neither forward or reply to any more chain-letters; you know, those that say something like, "If I don't get this back I'll ..." or "See how many flowers you can get back," or the classic, "Forward this to 10 people in the next 5 minutes or something bad will happen to you," etc.
Any time you see an e-mail that says, "Forward this on to '10'
of your friends," or "Sign this petition," or "You'll
get bad luck, (or good luck)," or whatever, it may have an
e-mail tracker program attached that tracks the cookies and e-mails
of the folks you forward it to.
See advisory from Snopes.com at: http://www.snopes.com/luck/chain.asp
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