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Daily update ⋅ September 25, 2015
Don't fall for this Facebook "dislike button" scam
Earlier this month, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a Q&A that the social network was getting ready to roll out a new button to let people ...
Facebook website, mobile app briefly reported down
Facebook was down but appears to be back up and running
NEW YORK — Popular social networking site Facebook was down Thursday afternoon but appears to be working again, according to a site that tracks ...
Facebook joins YouTube in showing 360-degree videos – including Star Wars
Facebook users watch more than 4bn videos a day on the social network. Soon, they'll be able to watch some of them in 360 degrees. The company ...
Modi trip gives Facebook, Google chance to press on Indian expansion
For Facebook and Google, India is a crucial market. With 1.3 billion people, it is the world's second most-populous country - and they are blocked from ...
Facebook's Brief Apparent Outage Causes Lunchtime Freakouts
How to see every photo your friends have ever liked on Facebook
Facebook enables web encryption for Internet.org
When Facebook opened its Internet.org platform to developers back in May, it came with a big caveat: every service running on the platform had to ...
Facebook's Free Internet Access Program in Developing Countries Provokes Backlash - Wall Street Journal
Guy Who Wrote 'Fuck the Fucking Cops' on Facebook Wins $35000 From Cops
Thomas Smith, a man arrested for writing "Fuck the fucking cops" on a police department's Facebook page three years ago has just won a $35,000 ...
Facebook At Schools: How Professional Teachers Should Use Facebook
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