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The internet is full of cute cats, but some can have devastating effects. SEE ALSO: Norway newspaper editor blasts Zuckerberg for censoring iconic Vietnam War photograph On Friday evening, Chennai-based technology blogger Varun Krishnan was locked out of his Facebook account after he shared a photo of an innocent looking cat with a friend. "It might sound stupid but this just happened to me," Krishnan told Mashable India.
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