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Mother Informed By Police of Her Son’s Death Via Facebook
A mother was informed by the police of her son's death via Facebook.  After being dead for 20 days, the mother was informed by the police in her Facebook inbox.  Finding out your child has passed away is sad but it becomes worse when you have to find out on Facebook. SMH.
Why Is Facebook Losing So Many Users?
Facebook is still the King, Queen, Prince and probably the Duke of social media, but that's not stopping the growing trend of people leaving Facebook.  So the obvious question is why?
Parents Informed About Daughter’s Death on Facebook
Parents were informed about their daughter's death on Facebook.  A female college student at Valdosta State University was found dead in the study area of her dorm after being dead for 12 hours.  Parents were not notified by the VSU before they found the news out on a friends Facebook…
Your Facebook Copyright Notice Status Update Is Bogus
If you've been on Facebook over the last few days, you've probably seen that some of your friends have posted a copyright notice as their status update.
The message suggests that the poster has copyrighted all the material on their Facebook page thanks to the authority of somethin…
Parents Embarrass Teen With Hilarious Facebook Pics
We love our parents; we really do. It's just that during those early years, they can seem like the most embarrassing people on the planet. It's tough enough growing up (kudos to you if you can read the word "puberty" without wincing) without lame-o parents humiliating you, but when it come…
Do You Want a Facebook ‘Want’ Button?
Thanks to Facebook, we can now "like" just about anything on the internet. But what if you more than "like" something you see on the Web? What if you "want" it too?
Soon there may be a special button for that.
Can You Be Fired for What You Post on Facebook?
Most of us intuitively know that insulting your boss on Facebook is probably not the best idea, but what about other job-related opinions we have? More to the point, can you be fired for posting them?
A recent National Labor Relations Board hearing found that “overly broad” company policies regarding…

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