Online sleuths have spent the past several years uncovering some of our deepest and darkest secrets. Secrets that, for whatever reason, we decided to make public. It’s fair game. Once you tweet something publicly, it’s available to anyone who feels like doing a little digging. Often, these tweets are in the public interest, especially as it relates to politicians, celebrities, or even your favorite brands. For most, there’s little to fear. There’s the odd drunken rant or image, maybe. Embarrassing, but not all that damaging. Others, though, have something far darker to hide. Whether it’s racist tirades, homophobic language, or…

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