- Fox NewsFeb 13 06:24 AM
Facebook is a classic “love-hate” relationship. Love the communication with family and friends. Hate all the nonsense clogging up the news feed. Fortunately, there are a few really easy steps you can take to control your Facebook experience.
Is Facebook the new eBay? - St. Thomas Times-Journal
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsFeb 12 01:54 PM
PARIS (AP) — If you post a 19th-century nude painting on Facebook, is it art or impermissible nudity? That question is now cleared for trial in France, after an appeals court there ruled that an aggrieved user can sue the social network over the issue.
Facebook loses vital legal battle over nude pai... - Irish Examiner
Court: Facebook can be sued in France in nude pa... - Lamorinda Sun
Facebook Nude Painting: Social Media User Posts... - The Inquisitr
- Reuters via Yahoo! SportsFeb 12 09:42 PM
Facebook Inc's India managing director, Kirthiga Reddy, said on Friday she is stepping down and returning to the United States to "explore new opportunities" at the company's headquarters in Menlo Park, California. Reddy, who joined Facebook in 2010 as its first employee in India, said in a Facebook post she would be relocating in the next 6-12 months. Reddy is working closely with William ...
Facebook India MD Kirthiga Reddy resigns - Reuters via Yahoo! Sports
Facebook India Head Kirthiga Reddy to relocate ... - The Financial Express via Yahoo! Finance India
Facebook dissociates Kirthiga Reddy from Free B... - Business Standard India
- Reuters via Yahoo! NewsFeb 12 02:44 PM
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc's India managing director, Kirthiga Reddy, said on Friday she is stepping down and returning to the United States to "explore new opportunities" at the company's headquarters in Menlo Park, California. Reddy, who joined Facebook in 2010 as its first employee in India, said in a Facebook post she would be relocating in the next 6-12 months. Reddy is working closely with ...
Facebook's India stumble could embolden other r... - Reuters via Yahoo! News
Mark Zuckerberg responds to Facebook's defeat in... - Business Insider via Yahoo! Finance
- Digital Trends via Yahoo! NewsFeb 11 07:05 PM
Starting with the Android platform first, Facebook has begun testing the integration of SMS support back into Messenger. If you used Messenger prior to late 2013, you may remember that Facebook initially included SMS integration in the Messenger platform. However, Facebook removed the feature during November 2013 claiming that few users actually used the feature on a consistent basis. Previously...
Facebook working on SMS integration and multipl... - International Business Times via Yahoo UK & Ireland News
Facebook to give multiple account support in Me... - IANS via Yahoo Maktoob News
- The Wall Street JournalFeb 13 10:43 AM
Facebook is experimenting with positive messages dubbed "counter speech" to temper extremism on the social network.
Facebook gives ad credits to users who counter ... - IANS via Yahoo Maktoob News
The do-it-yourself terrorism manual - Free Malaysia Today
- The Verge via Yahoo! NewsFeb 11 01:22 PM
Facebook may revive a messaging feature it killed nearly three years ago: SMS integration. The company used to let Android users view and respond to text messages through its Facebook Messenger app, but it discontinued the feature in November 2013 due to poor adoption. A near-identical option is popping up for a select few Android owners in the US, discovered today via screenshots obtained by ...
- The Verge via Yahoo! NewsFeb 12 02:24 AM
Facebook has begun combating terrorist propaganda online with its own form of "counter speech," The Wall Street Journal reports, attempting to discredit extremist content with posts from its users. The social network has supported several counter speech initiatives in recent months, offering ad credits to some users and collaborating with the US State Department to develop messaging from college...
- ABC NewsFeb 12 02:36 PM
Facebook has guidelines on posting photos containing nudity, but enforcement isn't always clear-cut
Facebook Moves to Find, Block Terrorist Content - The Wall Street Journal
Facebook's Managing Director in India Steps Dow... - The Wall Street Journal
- The Wall Street Journal via Yahoo! NewsFeb 11 04:39 PM
Hours after the December shootings in San Bernardino, Calif., Mark Wallace asked his employees at the nonprofit Counter Extremism Project to comb social media for profiles of the alleged attackers. A team at Facebook Inc. had already removed a profile for Tashfeen Malik, after seeing her name in news reports. The incident highlights how Facebook, under pressure from government officials, is more...