Posts Tagged 'Facebook'

How Well Did The Tech Giants Do In 2017?

Engadget published this round-up of the good and the bad from Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, and Samsung as well as what to expect in 2018.

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Biggest and Best Tech Stories of 2017

MakeUseOf presents the top technology news stories of 2017. Spoiler alert – it’s not all Apple.

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Facebook Manners And You [video]

21st. Century Customer Feedback [comic]

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Just ‘Like’ A Valentine [comic]

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She Doesn’t ‘Like-Like’ You [comic]

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Facebook Offers Fame And Fortune For $7

According to Cnet –

Today’s tech news roundup begins with a look at Facebook. The network is testing a feature that lets you pay to get your posts seen by more friends. Facebook first began testing this concept in May and it’s already in 20 other countries. But it’s rolling out to some U.S. users now, and the idea is to pay to show off big news or get more attention to an event. Facebook hasn’t set an official price for this, but CNET staffers with the feature are asked to pay $7.

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Should You Forward That Email? – NO! [pic]

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Is Facebook Censoring Your Comments?

ZDnet reports –

Facebook has apparently started blocking comments it deems “irrelevant or inappropriate.” The social networking appears to be analyzing comments before letting you post them. Technical evangelist Robert Scoble today wanted to respond to a Facebook post by Carnegie Mellon student Max Woolf about PandoDaily,  but Facebook blocked him from posting his comment. The social networking giant’s algorithms detected the comment as negative and gave the following error (pictured below).

Facebook claims a false positive from their spam filter caused this issue.

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Homeland Security Is All Over Your Facebook

According to The NY Times –

For the last year, the Department of Homeland Security has been routinely monitoring social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and even MySpace. It is an avid reader of The Huffington Post, Jihad Watch, Technorati and, oddly, TruckingInfo.com. But apparently it has no interest in Techmeme and TechCrunch. This according to a “social media monitoring and situational awareness initiative update” released by the Department of Homeland Security. The document, which has left some people in the computer security industry scratching their heads, details over 100 sites that Homeland Security’s National Operations Center has been monitoring “to provide situational awareness and establish a common operating picture” for the last year.

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Is Facebook The Problem? [comic]


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