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Germany Declares Using Facebook Like Button Illegal in Privacy Battle

August 31, 2011 7:45pm by hearit

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Someone really doesn’t like like Facebook. Germany’s declared that famous blue button illegal. Schleswig-Holstein's data protection commissioner Thilo Weichert has officially ordered state institutions to shut down fan pages on Facebook -- and is forcing removal of the popular "Like” option from websites. Read more

Facebook Advertiser Permanently Banned Making Google Plus Friends

July 19, 2011 2:51pm by hearit

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The Facebook versus Google war continues: Developer Michael Lee Johnson is ticked, the former-Facebook advertiser continuing to spread his feelings of ill will about the social networking site that's yanked his ads--and disabled his ability to post ads permanently--after the guy tried to garner some Google Plus contacts. Read more

Make Like a Stupid Animal as Owling Movement Replaces Planking Trend

July 13, 2011 2:11pm by copythis

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Planking is so last month. While "coning" and "forking" tried to battle their way to the top in trends -- to claim the dominant position -- it's the "Owling Movement" as the newest trend on scene. It's pretty much what it sounds like: Teens and fools make like a nearly-brainless animal, to look completely stupid. Read more

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Trash a Hotel for $13,885 Dumbasses Post Twitter Wreckage Photos

July 3, 2011 8:03pm by copythat

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What has become the standard, stupid way to get busted for a crime seems to include bragging on Facebook--but it seems at least some criminals want to ensure Twitter is not forgotten: Not one but three dumbasses post online photos of hotel room wreckage. Read more

eHarmony Dating Video Proves Debbie Loves Cats She Wants All of Them

July 1, 2011 8:06pm by hearit

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Debbie loves cats--and she's looking for a soulmate. But she really loves cats. For anyone who questions just how much Debbie loves cats, her emotional eHarmony video is absolutely unforgettable--and proof-positive of her undying love for cats. Read more

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My Space Goes Under Ditched at $35 Million Facebook Valued 80 Billion

June 30, 2011 8:50pm by copythat

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Amazingly once worth up to $12 billion dollars, My Space has been ditched at an astounding $535 million dollar loss. The site's been sold for a mere $35 million to the highest bidder, in a sad demise that includes Justin Timberlake as investor. Facebook -- the company that helped put MySpace under--is valued at roughly $80 billion. Read more

Facebook Scans Photos Face in no Permission Facial Recognition Starts June

June 8, 2011 12:41am by hearit

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Facebook plans to know the real you a whole lot better: in weeks, the giant will recognize you by facial scanning--even on previously untagged photos. Read more

Public Facebook Event Invite Turns Sweet Sixteen Party to 1500 Birthday Bash

June 7, 2011 9:19pm by hearit

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Once again Facebook privacy settings prove crucial in info that shouldn't be quite so public: a sixteen-year-old turns accidentally turns her private party into a public event that invites 15,000. Read more

Saudi Woman Manal Al-Sherif Free After Pledge Not to Encourage Driving

May 31, 2011 6:58pm by copythat

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For the women of Saudi Arabai brave enough to encourage each other in speaking out against the "religious" ban that prohibits the female gender from driving, those efforts have been stifled as Manal A Read more

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Craigslist Ad Pushes Pot Growing Greenhouse as Selling Point for WA Home

May 26, 2011 7:35pm by copythat

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When all else fails, turn to drugs. If you need a new angle to sell your home, one Craigslist user apparently has the answer: tout your Washington property as the perfect house for selling pot. Read more