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You Can Now Order Food Via the Facebook App

Announced today, users can now order food for takeout or delivery directly through the Facebook app. We’re talking pizza, burgers, or anything else you might be in the mood for. Simply open the app, search for what you want, place the order, and then eat. Show More Summary

Using Facebook data as a real-time census

Determining how many people live in Seattle, perhaps of a certain age, perhaps from a specific country, is the sort of question that finds its answer in the census, a massive data dump for places across the country.

Facebook pushes ad overhaul before 2018 US election: executive

4 days agoNews : The Raw Story

By David Ingram SAN JOSE, Calif. (Reuters) – Facebook Inc has begun overhauling how it handles political ads on its platform and may put some changes in place before U.S. elections next year, Facebook’s chief technology officer said on Wednesday. U.S. congressional and state elections...

[Download] Facebook Beta Improves the App’s Speed and Reliability

There’s no doubt that Facebook holds the title as being the most popular social media platform ever made. Mark Zuckerberg struck gold when he developed Facebook and created the perfect place where people can keep with their friends.Show More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg Shows How Not to Promote a New Product

Mark Zuckerberg was excited to show off the new Facebook Spaces app Monday, a virtual-reality product that allows cartoon versions of yourself to wander in faraway places, so he decided to demonstrate with a "magical" tour—of hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico. "There's a lot of people who are using Spaces …...

3 Things to Remember When Growing a Following on Social Media

Social media is one of the most attractive places for individuals, brands, and businesses to focus their efforts today. With more than 2 billion users on Facebook, and another billion-plus on other networks like Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, there are just too many opportunities to not take advantage of. Show More Summary

Lawmakers and Facebook are in a standoff over lifting veil on Russian ads

last weekNews : The Raw Story

Lawmakers, Facebook in standoff over lifting veil on Russian ads WASHINGTON — Facebook is refusing to let the public see the 3,000 election-related ads the Kremlin placed during the 2016 presidential race — posts that many U.S. lawmakers and the American intelligence community now agree were meant...

Lawmakers, Facebook in standoff over lifting veil on Russian ads

Facebook is refusing to let the public see the 3,000 election-related ads the Kremlin placed during the 2016 presidential race – posts that many U.S. lawmakers and the American intelligence … Click to Continue »

Facebook's Russian Propaganda Was Probably Shared Hundreds of Millions of Times

A few days ago on Twitter I made a point to MSNBC host Chris Hayes about the ads placed by Russian front groups on Facebook, after he said on his show that it seemed like $100,000 was just a "drop in the bucket" as advertising costsShow More Summary

Obento-Ya Makes Way For Ramen Kazama

A second outpost of the ramen shop is coming to Como Obento-ya, a small Japanese bistro in Minneapolis’ Como neighborhood, announced on its Facebook page that it has permanently closed and that Ramen Kazma will be taking its place. “I...Show More Summary

This Woman Has a Powerful Message For Parents After the Las Vegas Shooting

After yet another senseless act of violence in Las Vegas, it seems the number of truly safe places are few and far between. Whitney Fleming, a mother and blogger at Playdates on Fridays, explained in an emotional Facebook post that until...Show More Summary

If you haven't checked Facebook lately, you're in the minority

When Americans reach for their phones, there's a good chance they're about to check Facebook. The social network has become the go-to place for connecting with friends, finding long lost relatives, and reading news. And Americans are more likely to turn to it multiple times a day than any other social networking service. Show More Summary

Russia-linked Facebook ads seen by 10 million users - CNET

Social network details data on ads with ties to Russia that were placed on the service during the 2016 US election campaign.

Facebook to hire 1,000 to monitor ads after Russia election meddling

Facebook said it will hire 1,000 additional people to review ads and will tighten enforcement of how ads are placed on the social network.        

Supreme Court upholds PA man's conviction over Facebook post

The Supreme Court is leaving in place the conviction of a Pennsylvania man who posted violent rap lyrics on Facebook that took aim at his estranged wife, an elementary school … Click to Continue »

Facebook Is Still In Denial About Its Biggest Problem

Facebook, which went mainstream as a friendly place to swap baby pictures and cat videos, has yet to fully come to terms with what Russian-paid election ads may have done to its brand and reputation.

7 Ways to Use Facebook to Dramatically Increase Blog Traffic

With Facebook now having over 2 billion active members on their site, it’s still one of the best places to focus your efforts on when trying to increase traffic to your blog. However, if you want to see real results you are going to need to focus on several different areas of Facebook and not just sending out social updates from your account. Show More Summary

Zuckerberg got played

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Mark Zuckerberg explains, in a defensive Facebook blog post, that he thinks that fake news and state-level election manipulation are "ideas and content" and that Facebook is his vision of a neutral place for their propagation. As quoted by Alexis Madrigal, “Liberals say we helped Trump. Show More Summary

Russians 'bought Facebook adverts' targeting Black Lives Matter

2 weeks agoNews : The Cutline

At least one of the targeted Facebook adverts bought by Russians during the 2016 presidential election campaign attacked the Black Lives Matter movement and specifically targeted areas where riots had taken place. Earlier this month Facebook admitted it probably had sold $100,000 (£74,000) worth of adverts to fake accounts operated from Russia. Show More Summary

Russia Is Threatening to Close Facebook Like It Did LinkedIn

Russia's recent legislation has placed demands on the location of servers that have already ousted LinkedIn, in what could be a precursor to bigger networks.

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