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Careful! Oversharing can happen by accident

   It's your civic duty to #knowthecode and report people who break it, especially in Vegas. But sometimes, we don't have to -- some violators inadvertently report themselves.

   Take a recent purse snatcher in Georgia, for instance. After swiping a handbag which contained a cell phone, the perpetrator used the victim's phone to take a picture. However, unaware of the victim's auto settings, the photo of the thief was uploaded to the victim's Facebook page!

   Another example of oversharing: This couple used a phone to share the ultimate moment, changing their Facebook status to "married" during their wedding. We advise that if you're ready to tie the knot -- do it in Vegas, a city that knows a thing or two about weddings -- but fight the urge to overshare. The wedding official doesn't say "You may now Tweet the bride, does he?"

   Feel free to snap pics of your Vegas wedding and post them on your social pages. Just don't go too far. Leave the honeymoon to yourselves. Go to LasVegas.com/knowthecode and join thousands of others that have taken the oath against oversharing. Protect the Moment! Otherwise: You could get "Busted:"

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