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10 Must Follow Facebook Etiquette Rules

10 Must Follow Facebook Etiquette Rules

It's the digital age and communicating with people all over the world is as easy as signing into the world's largest social network: Facebook. The addictive popularity of Facebook is advantageous for users since the network brings all of the people you know together in one place. Facebook is a...

How to Remove Yourself From Facebook Ads

How to Remove Yourself From Facebook Ads

Imagine if you are happily browsing through Facebook and you suddenly come across a dating ad which shows your wife as single seeking men. Well, this is what happened recently when Cheryl Smith's husband discovered that a dating site is using his wife's picture in a Facebook ad. After Cheryl...

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Facebook Privacy Issue of Internet Regulators

Facebook's privacy is an issue of Internet regulators. Facebook is the world's largest social networking site and has 400 million users across the globe. Governmental regulators and privacy advocates are closely examining the social network after changes made in December made most users' personal...

Facebook Email Release at Web 2.0 Summit

Facebook Email Release at Web 2.0 Summit

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerburg is expected to release details regarding a new email feature at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Fransisco, California, today. The new Facebook Email Service will function much like Google's Gmail, Yahoo Mail, and Hotmail in a web based format available to over 500 million...

10 Weird Ways to Use Facebook

10 Weird Ways to Use Facebook

Facebook, the world's largest social network devised by a bunch of geeks in a Princeton dorm room, blurs all dimensions of a person's life in a running news feed. Facebook blends a user's family, friends, and work relationships from the past, present, and perhaps future into a dizzy and sometimes...

Facebook's Mobile Future Faces Down Security Scandal

Facebook's Mobile Future Faces Down Security Scandal

Facebook’s dominance as the world’s largest social network has spread to mobile phones yet is has been in the midst of heavy security investigations for the better part of this year. Arguments between Facebook and the Securities and Exchange Commission have quickly gained heat since February 1 as...

Facebook Privacy "Fundamentally Flawed" Per Columbia University Study

Facebook Privacy "Fundamentally Flawed" Per Columbia University Study

Facebook's privacy is "fundamentally flawed" per results from a Columbia University study. Steven M. Bellovin, an ingenious computer scientist who assisted in the development of USENET Internet discussion board systems, conducted the first Facebook study highlighting sprouting privacy issues on...

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RootZoo Sues Facebook for Click Fraud

Sports website RootZoo has filed a case against the popular social network Facebook alleging that they were charged for more number of clicks than actually occurred. Previously, such concerns have been raised by many advertisers and this lawsuit is a vindication the fact that Facebook is yet to...

Facebook Number Game Gaining Momentum

Facebook Number Game Gaining Momentum

A new number game is sweeping Facebook. The Number Game requires users to post a number in their status to find out precisely what their friends think of them or vice versa. In the wake of last week's cartoon profile picture meme on Facebook, the Number Game is gaining momentum very quickly....

Facebook Privacy Policy Controls Change (Again)

Facebook Privacy Policy Controls Change (Again)

On December 12, 2012, the world's largest social network (again) changed its privacy policy controls via a massive overhaul to Facebook. The changes include new privacy tools allowing users of the site to select which of your friends and other subscribers can view personal info, updates, and...