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Miley Cyrus: social media is worse than drugs
Pop star says Googling yourself, Instagram and Facebook hurts your brain because of abusive comments Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

Global Online Purchase Intentions Have Doubled Since 2011 for E-Books, Toys, Sporting Goods; Online Market for Pet and Baby Supplies, Other Consumable Products Also Growing
Online purchase intentions around the world have doubled since 2011 for many durable and entertainment-related categories including e-books, event tickets, sporting goods and toys, according to a new study conducted online by Nielsen. Nearly half of global respondents intend to make an online (...)
[WebWire Electronic Internet commerce]

Shy people use Facebook longer but disclose less, research reveals
It’s not the person posting 10,000 pictures a week of their cat who’s the big-time Facebook user. Instead, it’s the quiet ones who are logging in longer, says research.
[Science daily]

Call for Facebook beheadings rethink
Controversial beheading photo posts from Syria spur one of Facebook's safety advisers to call for pictures to have warnings.

Call for Facebook beheadings rethink
Controversial beheading photo posts from Syria spur one of Facebook's safety advisers to call for pictures to have warnings.
[BBC News]

Facebook cracking down on clickbait
Fewer "spammy" posts should appear in your Facebook News Feed but it does mean the site will be monitoring how long you spend on articles.
[BBC News]

Facebook to display less "click-bait"
Facebook's move will have repercussions for a wide array of media companies that depend on its referral traffic.
[CNN Money]

Silicon Valley comes to Iowa
Tech companies like Microsoft, Google and Facebook have chosen Iowa to construct expensive, high-tech data centers.
[CNN Money]

Vienna court orders Facebook response on Facebook v Europe privacy case
Class-action lawsuit with 25,000 plaintiffs from across Europe approved by court in Vienna as first step in case Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

Boot up: Kreyos questions, Samsung v US, hacking Facebook
Plus HP's Android laptop, app SSL weaknesses, who's Mark Gurman?, solar glass and more Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

Facebook Messenger downloaded more than 500m times on Android
Despite user backlash, Facebook Messenger joins the list of apps that have been downloaded more than 500m times Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

The anti-Facebook
Founded in 2010 and based in San Francisco, Nextdoor is a odd outlier among today's social networks. Signing up is an onerous process, requiring substantial proof of both your identification and address. People post messages, but they are seen only by others in the immediate area, and there is (...)

Facebook tags satire in news feeds
Facebook is testing a new feature that warns users of satirical content posted from sites like the Onion.

Lenovo N20p Chromebook review: An affordable dual-mode device
Lenovo's latest N20p Chromebook functions as both a regular laptop and a stand-supported tablet. But what is it like to use in the real world?

Can I get sites like Facebook and Google to remove all my personal data?
The problem is not personal accounts, its the tracking data and metadata that users do not freely contribute Continue reading...
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