Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’

Facebook more popular than Email


NEW YORK —  Are you spending hours and hours on Facebook? If so, you are not alone.

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Cell Phones a Much Bigger Privacy Risk Than Facebook


Friday , February 20, 2009

Everyone worries about the drunken photos of themselves posted on Facebook that could leak out to the wider world — whether it’s to that cute guy or girl, your parents, or, worse yet, future employers.

But that isn’t the half of it. Facebook has nothing on cell phones, which have become the most powerful weapon of privacy invasion ever. Continue reading

Cell Phones a Much Bigger Privacy Risk Than Facebook


Everyone worries about the drunken photos of themselves posted on Facebook that could leak out to the wider world — whether it’s to that cute guy or girl, your parents, or, worse yet, future employers.  But that isn’t the half of it. Facebook has nothing on cell phones, which have become the most powerful weapon of privacy invasion ever.

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Linked In Or Out?


“I am the IT Administrator for a regional restaurant chain, and as of late I am noticing more and more people sending me invitations to sites like LinkedIn, FaceBook, etc. Continue reading

Maine police credit Facebook page in solving crime (AP)


AUBURN, Maine – Three weeks after setting up a page on Facebook, a central Maine police department is crediting the social networking Web site with helping solve a vandalism case.

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Revised Facebook privacy policy draws protests


Deborah Gage, Chronicle Staff Writer

(02-18) 00:03 PST San Francisco — Facebook has apparently bowed to pressure from users who protested a change to the social networking site’s privacy policy and returned to its original policy – at least for now.

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Facebook: Relax, we won’t sell your photos


On an otherwise placid holiday weekend, one blog’s commentary on a change to Facebook’s terms of service created a firestorm of banter on the Web: does the social network claim ownership to any user content on the site, even if the user deletes it?

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