Facebook today announced that it is updating addresses on its service so that they are consistent. In other words, your vanity URL and your Facebook e-mail address will be the same.
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Facebook is testing a new Groups for Schools feature that brings the service back to its roots. It allows students to create Groups limited to only their peers from their university or college.
Facebook is using a new implementation of an old trick to see if you opened an e-mail that the company sends you. Furthermore, Facebook isn't the only one to do this.
In the latest episode of the long-drawn out battle between Facebook and Paul Ceglia, the company's lawyers are accusing the man of hiding four of his e-mail accounts from the court.
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Scammers are pushing a sick hoax on Facebook, trying to get users of the service to warn each other about a new way to lure women into being kidnapped and raped. The story is fake.
Israeli hacker Hannibal claims to have stolen another 100,000 Facebook logins from Arab users of the social network. A quick analysis shows that the number is actually closer to 20,000 accounts.
An Israeli hacker who goes by the name Hannibal this week stole "85,000" Facebook logins from Arab users of the social network, as part of an online hacker war being fought in the Middle East.
Facebook apps are increasingly being used by employees at work. Should employers be worried about Facebook games or is there another trend that is hard to see at first glance?
Facebook has confirmed it is testing a new feature: Private Messages for Pages. It lets users contact Page owners privately, whether or not they have Liked a given Page.