Retweeted this from danielkennedy74 this morning:
Facebook 'likejacking' spam scams continue: "The latest scam has appeared as a potentially funny web site. The site in question, which tempts Facebook users with a note in a friend’s news feed, claims to show the “15 worst construction mistakes EVER!” Users are greeted with a picture of two urinals placed precariously close to one another, and the instructions direct readers to click on the picture for more. Not only does clicking on the picture lead users to a journey down pop-up boulevard, but it automatically places a “like” note in that users own Facebook feed, with the intention of enticing that user’s friends to do the same." Continued at ZDNet (ironically, most of the article comments are spam messages).
Always did think those links looked fishy. It helps that I'm not big on joining FB groups (not for security reasons, but laziness).