Despite popular reports, the hacktivist group Anonymous is not hacking, killing, or taking down the Internet today via DDoS attacks on root DNS servers. The Internet will remain completely functional.
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Facebook's steady growth doesn't just mean it remains the world's largest social network. It also means Facebook is killing off top social networks on a per-country basis.
More than half of employers check the profiles of applicants on social networks like Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Here's what both employers and employees should keep in mind.
Facebook has acquired location-based social network Gowalla, according to a new rumor. Neither company has confirmed nor denied the news.
Facebook's own guidelines on acting and reacting to law enforcement and governments are available publicly. This means the recently reported leak of said guidelines was not a leak at all.
Facebook has reportedly banned Netlog, a European social network, from the Facebook Platform. Massive Media, Netlog's parent company, is considering complaining to the European Commission.
Last year, Facebook closed down its Gift Shop. This year, Facebook has been granted a patent for gift giving on a social network.
A woman recently lost hundreds of thousands to a Facebook con artist.
A new study has found a correlation between using social networks for self-promotion and narcissism.
Facebook has removed the blue Comment button; posting a comment is now done by hitting the Enter key.