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Facebook redesigns Questions

Mar 25, 2011
No, not the grammatical convention of interrogative sentences, I mean Facebook Questions. It's been in beta and limited roll out for a while and...
Posted In: Facebook, groupon, quora, social media

"Not so fast, AT&T" - big tech companies

Mar 24, 2011
We've reported on how Verizon doesn't really plan to oppose the big mega merger because they figure, hey, it's gonna go through no matter what. But...
Posted In: AT&T, business, ebay, Facebook, Google, government, Law, Microsoft, T-Mobile

Facebook and "the right to be forgotten"

Mar 17, 2011
A new law being sought by the European Union would demand that websites permanently delete all data held about a user if that user requests that...
Posted In: business, EU, European Union, Facebook, Google, privacy, social media, Web Culture

LA Times switches to Facebook comments

Mar 16, 2011
The paper is just the latest major web presence to abandon its own commenting system in favor of just importing commenting functionality from Face...
Posted In: business, comments, Facebook, newspapers, social media, Web Culture

Twitter adds https option

Mar 16, 2011
Twitter has joined Facebook and a few other sites in offering a higher level of security for users. Twitter users can now opt for https setting on...
Posted In: business, Facebook, firesheep, https, privacy, security, Twitter

Facebook is showing baseball games

Mar 16, 2011
Yeah, sure, because why not? They already have social media, Batman movies, geolocation, games, email, and other stuff. Baseball? Sure, hell, sla...
Posted In: baseball, business, Entertainment, Facebook, social media

Google social network to launch in May, I guess

Mar 14, 2011
There was a flurry of rumors over the weekend that Google would launch a social networking service called Google Circles at SxSW. The company...
Posted In: business, Facebook, Google, search, social media, Web Culture

Facebook builds mechanism to respond to suicide threats

Mar 9, 2011
Facebook has built a page for reporting suicidal content that people see on the site. It's a form where you fill in the url where you spotted it,...
Posted In: Facebook, Health, policy, privacy, social media, suicide

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