A typical lure cited in the suit: "You will be SHOCKED when you see this video. Simply "Like" this page to see the video." By clicking on a link, some users may unwittingly "like" the spam, a practice security experts call "likejacking." At least 280,214 users were tricked into interacting with spam.
Someone asks you to like something, sight-unseen, and you just give your like away?
Do you have anonymous, unprotected sex through holes in bathroom stall walls, too?
And people think I'm kidding when I call Facebook "the syphilis of internet software."