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SAN ANTONIO — Facebook is not your friend, not if you use it to tell people when you’re on vacation and lots of other personal details that can be used to steal your property and, perhaps even more costly, your identity.

Jim Stickley, CTO and co-founder of TraceSecurity in Baton Rouge, La., described the dangers of Facebook and a social network site he said may be even more precarious, location-sharing Foursquare, during a lively Monday afternoon session at the joint conference of the CUNA Operations, Sales & Service and Technology councils at the Marriott Rivercenter in San Antonio.

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