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The multimillionaire founder of MySpace now travels the world taking jaw-dropping photographs

Remember Tom Anderson? The founder of MySpace was assigned as the first friend of everyone joining the social network — connecting him to hundreds of millions of people around the globe.  The glory days of MySpace are now long sinceShow More Summary

Hot Mugshot: Attractive Female Prisoner Takes Internet by Storm

A mug shot of a cute girl, Sarah Seawright from Arkansas, has become famous on social networks and has earned her the title of 2016 #PrisonBae.

How non-Facebook users can stop Facebook from tracking them around the web (FB)

For the first time, Facebook will use information about people who don't have accounts on the social network to show them ads on other websites through its Audience Network, the company announced earlier this week. Facebook's Audience...Show More Summary

Here's Facebook's next major app: Moments

Moments could emerge a as a core mobile app for the social network.        

An Alarming Number Of People Rely On Social Media For News

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

You shouldn't get all of your news from Facebook. This has never been more apparent than in recent weeks, when the social network's been slammed for a supposed anti-conservative bias in its "Trending Topics," where popular news stories of the day are presented to readers. Show More Summary

Facebook's new advertising play: Selling ads for non-users

To advertisers, Facebook Inc.'s biggest treasure trove is what it knows about you. Anything from your age to where you went to school to your favorite band can be treated as a data point that the social network can use to display highly specific advertisements. With this wealth of personal information...

Spaces app: part chat program, part social network

Google has tried for years to make a successful social network, and it’s trying again with the launch of Spaces.

Non-Facebook Users to Start Seeing Audience Network-Powered Ads

“Over the coming months,” you won’t have to be a Facebook user to see ads powered by the social network.

Twitter Won’t Count Photos, Links In Character Limit

In a recent bit of good news for artists using the popular social network, Twitter recently announced that it will no longer be counting photos or links in its fabled 140 character count, meaning artists will have an easier time using Twitter for promo. _______________________________ Guest Post by Bobby Owsinski...

LinkedIn’s chat stickers and GIFs are still (unsurprisingly) absolutely terrible

When you think social — and stickers — I bet LinkedIn is the last place you consider. There’s a good reason for that, too — they’re terrible. As a professional network, LinkedIn is either a handy tool or a necessary evil depending on your perception. Show More Summary

Facebook begins tracking non-users around the internet

Topic: Online Privacy Facebook will now display ads to web users who are not members of its social network, the company announced Thursday, in a bid to significantly expand its online ad network. As The Wall Street Journal reports, Facebook...Show More Summary

Facebook Will Now Track You and Force Feed You Ads Even If You Don't Use It

3 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

There is no escaping Facebook’s advertising reach. The social network has announced that it will now be foisting ads on to every single person who uses third-party sites that are signed up to its advertising scheme, regardless of whether the user has a Facebook account or not. Read more...

Facebook, Microsoft, Telefonica Team Up for new Mid-Atlantic Cable

On what do Facebook and Microsoft agree? Apparently, on the need for a new transatlantic cable between Spain and Virginia. The MAREA cable system was announced yesterday, with the software and social networking giants working with Telefonica's Telxius subsidiary to make it happen.... [visit site to read more]

Facebook starts selling offsite ads targeting non-users too

Facebook’s advertising network is already a colossal business — it helped the social network bring in $5.38 billion in revenue during its most recent quarter alone — but it is about to take a step towards become the internet’s advertising exchange after announcing that it will start showing ads to non-users across the web. Read More

What Does Facebook Think About Board Member Peter Thiel Secretly Funding Lawsuits Against a Publisher?

Kara Swisher, writing for Recode: What does Facebook, which has been trying mightily to court the media industry to publish on the social networking site, think about Thiel’s actions, especially given he is a prominent director of the...Show More Summary

44 Percent of U.S. Adults Get News Via Facebook (Study)

A total of 62 percent of adults in the U.S. get news via social networks, and 64 percent of those who do usually get their news from just one social network, usually Facebook.

Two Twitter executives fly the coop - CNET

Two top execs take flight as the social network's shareholders approve a stock plan designed to keep employees.

Visits to Facebook Canvas Ads Average 31 Seconds

Facebook introduced its Canvas full-screen immersive advertising product for iOS and Android phones in February, and the social network provided a progress report Thursday.

Tech Five: Twitter ditching the buy button

Say goodbye to attempting to purchase stuff on social networking service.        

Fair Use In The Age Of Social Media

By Oliver Herzfeld and Marc Aaron Melzer Almost everyone knows that it is a violation of law to copy other people’s works of authorship without the owner’s permission or a valid fair use exemption. But the number of social network users has exploded (estimated to exceed two billion people worldwide) and, [...]

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