Keep friends close and your enemies on Hatebook

You could bury IT managers under the mountain of surveys that say that Facebook is the fourth horseman of the employee productivity apocalypse. But this is not a one-horse race to consume network bandwidth, as horseman number five enters the race in the form of Hatebook.com.

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You could bury IT managers under the mountain of surveys that say that Facebook is the fourth horseman of the employee productivity apocalypse. But this is not a one-horse race to consume network bandwidth, as horseman number five enters the race in the form of Hatebook.com.

The site describes itself as an anti-social utility that connects users with the people they hate. You can upload blackmail material, publish lies and spread gossip. When questioned about where they got the idea for Hatebook from, the creators claimed never to have heard of dailymail.co.uk.

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