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Would you allow access to Facebook at Work? [POLL]

What would you say to a variant of Facebook that you could use at work?

And not just *at* work, but *for* work?

Facebook owns up - admits network breached, blames "Java in the browser"


In The Social Network, the movie version of Zuckerberg could shout, "WE NEVER CRASH!"

I bet the real-life Zuckerberg wishes he could say, "We never get hacked..."

Facebook's Graph Search announcement - should you be cynical, cautious or excited?

Facebook's "big announcement" turns out to be Graph Search.

Paul Ducklin looks at what it is, when you'll actually be able to use it, and what it means for privacy...

FLAMING RETORT: Eleven UK government employees sacked over social media use at work!

The UK's Guardian newspaper laid into the Department for Work and Pensions yesterday with a story entitled "Eleven work and pensions civil servants sacked for using Twitter or Facebook".

Where does your organisation sit on the social media fence?

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg in fan page hack - on Facebook!


According to numerous online technophile sites, a prominent Facebook fan page has been hacked, defaced and, as a result, closed down.

The victim? None other than Mark Zuckerberg himself.

Facebook privacy changes - a missed opportunity?

Facebook privacy changes - a missed opportunity?

Facebook, through the medium of CEO Mark Zuckerberg's blog, has just announced a trifecta of changes to the Facebook interface. Apparently, if you are a Facebook user, you will soon be getting...

"The Social Network" puts Zuck's life on display

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When the time comes to sum up what 2010 meant to many internet users it may boil down to one word... Privacy. It all began in December 2009 when Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, said during an interview on CNBC, Read more…

Facebook changes privacy controls, no increase in privacy

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This morning's announcement by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was much anticipated by the network's estimated 400 million users. Facebook's announcement was live blogged on Cnet.com and covered a lengthy Q&A session. First and most importantly, Mark showed off a brand Read more…

Facebook - Promises, malware, and spam, part 1

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Is anyone else sick of the Facebook saga? I'm ready for them to get their act together so I can move on to other topics, but I can't ignore an issue that impacts the security and privacy of over 300 Read more…