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'SEX Club' spam just took over Strava

For millions of people, the fitness-tracking app Strava is a handy tool for logging runs and sharing exercise data with friends. Strava may also be, it turns out, a great way to join a sex club. On Wednesday, an untold number of Strava users received unsolicited invitations from someone by the name of Jessy Kiss to a group called "SEX Club." SEE ALSO: Your fitness tracker knows too much about you "You're Invited," reads the message.
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