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Combining social media, behavioral psychology could lead to more HIV testing
Social media such as Twitter and Facebook, combined with behavioral psychology, could be a valuable tool in the fight against AIDS by prompting high-risk individuals to be tested, research shows. Though there have been many experimental HIV testing interventions in international settings, none (...)
[Science daily]

Jeb Bush says he is 'actively exploring' run for presidency in 2016
Former Florida governor would be third Bush in White HouseFacebook and Twitter statement signals search for wealthy donorsSuzanne Goldenberg: Jeb may be ‘the smart brother’ – but he’s a climate denier Gustavo Arellano: Jeb Bush is not the white knight Latinos have been waiting for Continue (...)
[The Guardian]

Facebook ponders 'dislike' function
Facebook is thinking about adding a way to "dislike" posts on its site, something users have requested in their droves.
[BBC]

Facebook ponders 'dislike' function
Facebook is thinking about adding a way to "dislike" posts on its site, something users have requested in their droves.
[BBC News]

Facebook plans drunk photo filter
Facebook is working on technology to prevent users posting photos they might come to regret.
[BBC]

Facebook plans drunk photo filter
Facebook is working on technology to prevent users posting photos they might come to regret.
[BBC News]

Facebook's 'emotional experiment' is most shared academic research
A paper revealing Facebook’s secret experiments on users received more online attention than any other scientific paper published this year, a new study finds. Facebook’s notorious emotional manipulation study received more online attention than any other scientific research in 2014, according to (...)
[The Guardian]

Candy Crush killer? Facebook names Cookie Jam as its best game of 2014
Social network says it now has more than 375m people playing games across web, smartphones and tablets Facebook has named a colourful match-three puzzle as its best game of 2014, but it’s not Candy Crush Saga – or even its sequel Candy Crush Soda Saga. The social network has picked Cookie Jam, (...)
[The Guardian]

Truecaller Passes 100 Million Users As Company Brings New Intelligent & Predictive Features to Transform Your Phonebook
Truecaller , a leading search technology company that is transforming your phonebook to make it more intelligent and useful, today announces the launch of the new Truecaller on Google Play . The new update focuses on predictive style features and suggests who to contact based on call history, (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Truecaller Passes 100 Million Users As Company Brings New Intelligent & Predictive Features to Transform Your Phonebook
Truecaller , a leading search technology company that is transforming your phonebook to make it more intelligent and useful, today announces the launch of the new Truecaller on Google Play . The new update focuses on predictive style features and suggests who to contact based on call history, (...)
[WebWire Computer networks]

Truecaller Passes 100 Million Users As Company Brings New Intelligent & Predictive Features to Transform Your Phonebook
Truecaller , a leading search technology company that is transforming your phonebook to make it more intelligent and useful, today announces the launch of the new Truecaller on Google Play . The new update focuses on predictive style features and suggests who to contact based on call history, (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Truecaller Passes 100 Million Users As Company Brings New Intelligent & Predictive Features to Transform Your Phonebook
Truecaller , a leading search technology company that is transforming your phonebook to make it more intelligent and useful, today announces the launch of the new Truecaller on Google Play . The new update focuses on predictive style features and suggests who to contact based on call history, (...)
[WebWire Telecommunications]

Man jailed for Facebook revenge porn
A man is jailed for posting revenge porn to Facebook, making him the first person to be imprisoned under a new Californian law.
[BBC]

Man jailed for Facebook revenge porn
A man is jailed for posting revenge porn to Facebook, making him the first person to be imprisoned under a new Californian law.
[BBC News]

What have we learned from the Uber privacy debate? Open thread
Have your say on the American Civil Liberties Union’s lessons, plus eBay’s magic mirrors, Anita Sarkeesian, and a new way to respond to rape threats on Facebook Taxi-app firm Uber has been fielding plenty of criticism this month, after one of its executives’ claims that the company might plough (...)
[The Guardian]

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