A developer that's trying to highlight the dangers of forgetting about personal privacy has unveiled a new service that shows how easy it is for users to have their phone numbers acquired by Facebook visitors, the Los Angeles Times reports. The service, called Evil, sifts through Facebook groups to find posts left by users that include their phone numbers. It then displays the person's name and all but the last three digits of their phone numbers on the site. The issue, according to Tom Scott, the tool's creator, is that there are a slew of Facebook groups that are created...

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