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Twitter and Facebook ‘addicts’ suffer withdrawal symptoms
www.telegraph.co.uk
In a study by researchers at the University of Winchester, ten self-confessed Facebook “addicts” and ten prolific tweeters were asked to stop using their accounts for four weeks. Many quickly became isolated from friends and family and reported feeling "cut off from the world". One female partic [...]
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How Facebook’s IPO Created the Best-Paid County In America
blogs.wsj.com
The average wage in San Mateo County, California, rose an astounding 107% in the fourth quarter of 2012, and Facebook's IPO is the likely cause. That’s where Facebook’s May 2012 IPO comes in. According to the social network’s securities filings, the bulk of restricted stock units that Faceb [...]
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How to Turn Your Handset Into a Facebook Phone
allthingsd.com
Facebook unveiled “Home” this morning, the company’s modified version of the Android software able to be installed on Android devices. How to get it? On April 12, head on over to Google’s Play store and search for “Facebook Home.” Download the software — it’s apparently a quick insta [...]
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Pressure mounts on Facebook to set up helpline after latest teacher attack
www.independent.ie
ANOTHER teacher in a second-level school has became the target of an offensive posting on Facebook. Now the world's largest social media website is under growing pressure to set up a hotline for principals to allow complaints to be dealt with quickly. The latest incident involves a co-educational sc [...]
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Facebook starts charging users to contact celebrities
www.guardian.co.uk
Facebook has started charging UK users up to £11 to send messages to celebrities and other people outside their circle of friends. It has just launched a test scheme in the UK with fees ranging from as much as £10.68 to contact a celebrity such as Olympic swimmer Tom Daley. It costs a standard 71p [...]
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Man’s ‘I own half of Facebook’ claim branded ‘fabrication’ by judge
www.theregister.co.uk
A US judge has recommended that the lawsuit of Paul Ceglia, the New York wood-pellet salesman who claimed he owned half of Facebook, be thrown out because it's a pack of lies. Magistrate Judge Leslie Foschio said that the alleged 2003 contract with Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg - which Ceglia claime [...]
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