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Twitter login bug gives many users the boot

6 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

Did your Twitter app suddenly give you the boot or otherwise behave strangely? It's not just you. The social network has confirmed a sign-in problem that's kicking out hordes of users (so far, mostly on Android) and preventing them from logging back...

Class action suit takes Facebook to court over scanning private messages ad practice

Facebook is again accused of violating the privacy of its users, Reuters reports, in a new class action suit that alleges the social network has been scanning the private messages sent by users in order to better target them with advertisements. Show More Summary

Facebook hit with class action lawsuit over private message scanning

It’s not as jolly a holiday this year for Facebook, as the social network is facing a class action lawsuit in the US for having scanned users’ private messages without their consent, reports Engadget. Judge Phyllis Hamilton ruled inShow More Summary

11 People Who Used Facebook In Amazing Ways This Year

Facebook. It's not just for posting baby photos and complaining about politics! In fact, some people used the social network in amazing ways this past year. They used Facebook to connect, to make friends, to meet new people, to achieve dreams, and share goals. Show More Summary

Woman believed to be the oldest person on Facebook died today

At 114 years old, Anna Stoehr was the oldest person on Facebook—older than the social network even allowed her to

Facebook's now playing Verizon-sponsored NFL clips

Ready for some in-your-face(book) football? According to the WSJ, Facebook is now showing NFL news, highlights and fantasy info in US feeds, topped off by clickable Verizon ads. The social network said the new arrangement was a "small video sponsorsh...

Facebook Scores NFL Video Clips With Ads From Verizon

Facebook and the NFL have partnered to start distributing video clips on the social network along with video ads.

Sony Threatens To Sue Twitter over Tweets Containing Leaked Emails

On Monday, Vice’s Motherboard reported that Sony Pictures Entertainment has threatened Twitter with legal action if the social network doesn’t suspend the accounts of users who are tweeting the content of leaked emails from Sony’s recent devastating hack. The post Sony Threatens To Sue Twitter over Tweets Containing Leaked Emails appeared first on WIRED.

Sony threatens to sue Twitter unless users stop posting hacked emails

A Sony Pictures lawyer has threatened to sue Twitter unless the social network blocks users who post information contained in a trove of hacked emails. In a letter sent Monday to Twitter's general counsel, attorney David Boies writes...Show More Summary

“Sony Threatens to Sue Twitter Unless It Removes Tweets Containing Hacked Emails”

“Sony’s lawyer [David Boies] has threatened Twitter with legal action if the social networking company doesn’t ban accounts that are sharing the [hacked] leaks, according to emails obtained by Motherboard.” [Jason Koebler, "Motherboard"]...Show More Summary

Sony Wants Twitter to Remove Tweets With Leaked Content or It'll Sue

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Sony's quest to stamp out traces of leaked email across the web continues, with the company now threatening to sue Twitter if the social network doesn't ban accounts that are sharing information from the leaks. Read more...

Sony Threatens To Sue Twitter

Sony says it will sue Twitter unless the site removes content from hacked emails. Sony’s lawyer has threatened Twitter with legal action if the social networking company doesn’t ban accounts that are sharing the leaks, according to emails obtained by Motherboard. The letter—sent from David Boies [pictured], the lawyer Sony has hired to help guide [...]

Google+ for iOS updated for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus displays and poll support

Google+, the social network of the mighty search engine company, has been updated for iOS. The latest update brings support for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus displays, supports voting with the new polls feature and lets you quickly share to the social network thanks to a new iOS extension. Show More Summary

Facebook stock hits another all-time high

Facebook is ending the year on a high note. The company's stock hit a new all-time high of $81.89 a share in midday trading Monday, an increase of about 2.5% on the day, which pushed the social networking company's market cap to nearly...Show More Summary

Facebook blocks anti-Putin page in Russia

Facebook Inc. has seemingly complied with an order from the Russian government demanding that the social network block access to a page supporting one of President Vladimir Putin’s most vocal critics. The page in question calls for demonstrations to be held in support … Continue reading ?

Hilary Swank Mingles with Kate Walsh at Aspen Audi Party

Hilary Swank and Kate Walsh are both ladies in lace while attending 2014 Audi Celebrates The Holidays In Aspen And Snow Polo on Saturday (December 20) in Aspen, Co. The ladies were also joined at the event by The Social Network‘s Josh Pence and True Detective actress Abigail Spencer. “Me and Vicki on our way [...]

Kim Kardashian's Messy Instagram Photo Proves The Struggle Is Real

Kim Kardashian may have recently lost around 1.3 million Instagram followers thanks to the social network's big site cleanup, but the star has way more important things to deal with right now: namely, figuring out what to wear. On Saturday,...Show More Summary

Why Mark Zuckerberg Tried To Stop The Social Network From Being Made

Yet another Sony leak, and another story about someone unhappy about the production of a movie. And this time it is the billionaire Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg who had some words against the Oscar-winning movie documenting his life....Show More Summary

Happy holidays! Facebook packages up highlights of your year in pictures

Instead of weaving together a video of pictures users put up on Facebook the way the social networking company did last year, for this holiday season, Facebook is automatically aggregating images and text you can scroll through.

Facebook’s highlights of 2014 generates a beautiful post of your memories

Last year, Facebook did a “year in review” video for each user which was a quick overview of your year in photos and status’ on the social network. This year, the company is doing something a little different. A new mobile-first year...Show More Summary

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