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    Well, theyre trying to ruin it already. Your trusty Pinterest boards are being infiltrated by scammers who are using the insular, aesthetically pleasing site to trick you into giving up information for the promise of some free swag. Luckily, the Internet community is catching on quickly. Mashable spoke to an online security expert who said Pinterests atmosphere of trust allows scammers to target consumers more directly (think: offers for the most covetable electronics or luxury han

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