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No action is required on your part, but we encourage you to read and become familiar with our updated policy and Hunched over his computer keyboard, a thin, creepy, and sweating man is digging through Facebook profiles
Similarly, puts you into a video with an eerie end As of March 4, 2012, the film had received nearly 13 million "likes" on Facebook

'Take This Lollipop' and Become Part of the Viral Horror Video's Sequel!

Several users have commented that the mysterious man used strange pictures and bizarre locations to track them down.

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We came up with this idea and its been so exciting to see the world embrace it
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With a picture of you taped to his dashboard, he madly drives and drives
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Zada explained, "I wanted to do something that messed with people and I wrote the script
Yahoo is part of Verizon Media Within 24 hours of release, the film had been watched approximately 400,000 times and had over 30,000 "" on Facebook
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The first video, released in 2013, is a horror ladened PSA about the fact that you don’t get to control who sees your information online if you post it publicly.

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Jason: We wanted something scary and fun that shook people up for the holidays
Take This Lollipop (Short 2011)
The piece is scary because a person is violating your privacy, not because it's bloody or there's anything jumping out
'Take This Lollipop' and Become Part of the Viral Horror Video's Sequel!
At the start of the decade, a Facebook app with the same name became really popular on the internet
He pulls up Google Maps and finds directions to your home from geographic data contained in your Facebook profile Zada's resume includes interactive campaigns like the popular holiday Elf Yourself videos for Office Max and commercials for Coupons
It's unclear whether the site is a part of a hidden advertising campaign or just a big Halloween spook Create' listed the film as among 'The 5 All-Time Best Facebook Campaigns', calling it "One of the most interesting Facebook campaigns"

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Jason Zada, a television and music director who works in Los Angeles and San Francisco,.

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The film's website now hosts a Facebook post by him, saying that the data needed had become "quite hard to access" and had affected the functionality of the film