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Can internet companies monitor terrorists?
Facebook is under pressure to be more active in the battle against extremism
[BBC]

'The war on Facebook'
The newspaper's react to the report into the Woolwich murder
[BBC News UK]

PM warns net firms after Rigby murder
David Cameron says internet companies must act on terrorist material, after it emerges one of Lee Rigby's killers spoke on Facebook about wanting to murder a soldier.
[BBC News UK]

Facebook hosted Rigby murder chat
Facebook hosted a conversation by one of Fusilier Lee Rigby's killers in which he said he wanted to kill a soldier, five months before the attack, the BBC learns.
[BBC]

China lifts ban on Facebook for select few
China is hosting the "World Internet Conference" but its citizens aren't able to access huge swaths of the world wide web.
[CNN Money]

Facebook rapidly growing drone business
Facebook is rapidly hiring people in aeronautics to join its drone team.
[CNN Money]

Facebook games may actually do some good in your life
Beyond being a fun distraction, social network games can offer family members a meaningful way to interact and meet social obligations, a new study concludes. Researchers found that some online games offer families a common topic of conversation and enhance the quality of time spent together, (...)
[Science daily]

Recommendations by other customers significantly influence Internet purchasing behavior
The online purchasing behavior of private individuals shopping in their leisure time is heavily influenced by recommendations made by other customers. Customer endorsements, in the form of Facebook 'Likes' for example, have a particularly marked influence on online buying behavior when (...)
[Science daily]

Facebook unveils privacy settings 101
Read full story for latest details.
[CNN Money]

Hackers used luxury hotel Wi-Fi to steal business executive's data, researchers say
Darkhotel hackers targeted senior executives travelling across Japan, China and Russia, using a keylogger to steal logins for Google, Facebook and Yahoo services Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

The Who to launch virtual reality app for Facebook's Oculus Rift
Fly-through app will celebrate bands 50th anniversary, alongside 3D retrospective apps for Android and iOS Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

Facebook adds more ways to control news feed  today's Open Thread
Have your say on latest social network feature, as well as Apple iMessage, Blizzard on GamerGate, Amazon and more Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

Facebook gives users 'Ebola button'
Facebook adds an Ebola button to users' profile pages to help people donate to charities fighting the disease.
[BBC]

Facebook government requests up 24%
Requests by governments for Facebook's user data are up by nearly a quarter in the first half of the year compared to the previous six months.
[BBC News]

Six faces of killers on social networking sites revealed
A team of leading criminologists have published the first-ever study on how convicted killers have used the social networking site Facebook in relation to their crimes.
[Science daily]

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