Subtweeting is a passive-aggressive way to cyberbully without having to be held accountable. It is more common among high school students and young Twitter users; teens and tweens.
We may have to simply look at it as a place to get information that has to be confirmed elsewhere. In fact, I would say that is a good policy to have anywhere on the Internet.
But gaining access to your password goes one step beyond what your personal profile may reveal, allowing them access to photos, activities and events even that you have marked for “friends” or “family” only.
Pleaserobme.com is a website that randomly selects Twitter users and posts those that announce that they are not at home. . .
Even a hacking stranger could find out lots of this information with a little research from social networking sites like Facebook or MySpace.
In this article Tweeters (those who use Twitter) should beware of an email harvesting scam taking place on Twitter. Apparently many people actually do post their email in a message or on their homepage. . .