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Boot up: unsapphirical iPhones, FBI in your face, Facebook's drag queen deletion
Plus the continuing toxicity around gamers, Mojang on Microsoft, rebutting Shirky, and more Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

Scots vote sparks 10m Facebook hits
Social media giant Facebook has seen 10 million interactions concerning the Scottish independence referendum in a five-week period.
[BBC]

Scots vote sparks 10m Facebook hits
Social media giant Facebook has seen 10 million interactions concerning the Scottish independence referendum in a five-week period.
[BBC News]

In wake of uproar over Facebook’s emotional manipulation study, bioethics scholars say new rules are 'moral imperative'
Using the recent debate over the Facebook-Cornell "emotional contagion" study as a starting point, an international team of research ethics scholars begin mapping the ethics terrain of large-scale social computing research in a new (...)
[Science daily]

Habitual Facebook users: Suckers for social media scams?
A new study finds that habitual use of Facebook makes individuals susceptible to social media phishing attacks by criminals, likely because they automatically respond to requests without considering how they are connected with those sending the requests, how long they have known them, or who (...)
[Science daily]

Drag queens in Facebook name row
A group of drag queens have called on Facebook to allow them to use their stage names rather than real names on the social network.
[BBC]

Drag queens in Facebook name row
A group of drag queens have called on Facebook to allow them to use their stage names rather than real names on the social network.
[BBC News]

Europe gears up to fight back against giant US beasts of the internet
EU regulators are confronting the 'voluntary self-subjugation' of Europe to the dominance of Google, Amazon and Facebook Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

First set of Android apps coming to a Chromebook near you
Chromebooks were designed to keep up with you on the go - they're thin and light, have long battery lives, resume instantly, and are easy to use. Today, we're making Chromebooks even more mobile by bringing the first set of Android apps to Chrome OS. These first apps are the result of a project (...)
[OSNews]

Facebook posts reveal personality traits, but recent changes could make it harder to do so
People can accurately detect the personality traits of strangers through Facebook activity; however, changes to the social media site in the past three years could be making it harder to do so.
[Science daily]

Teachers risk role confusion on Facebook
Using Facebook for class discussions sounds like a great idea, but before teachers mix with their students on social media, they must make sure the roles in a group are clear. A new book features research on how role confusion can create problems – and what can be done to avoid (...)
[Science daily]

Facebook tests vanishing posts
The social network is testing a feature that allows users to set their published posts to be deleted at a specific time.
[BBC News]

Blue dino aids Facebook privacy push
Social network Facebook is using a blue dinosaur to advise its users about how to adjust the site's privacy settings.
[BBC News]

Why Twitter beats Facebook for breaking news
People imagine Twitter and Facebook to be much alike, but reaction to the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson suggests otherwise Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

Meet Facebook's new privacy mascot
Facebook has unveiled a new feature that helps you keep track of what you're sharing on the social network.
[CNN Money]

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