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Facebook nearing settlement with FTC

Facebook nearing settlement with FTC

Tweet I’m glad that the FTC is going after Facebook. The social networking giant is expected to settle a lawsuit that should send a strong message to other websites and internet companies about user privacy. The FTC is saying that Facebook violated the privacy rights of its users when it changed the default settings to make more of their information public. I can’t stand when Facebook does that nonsense and I’m glad this is happening. Facebook messes with its settings and interface far too often. And unless you spend hours scouring news about the changes, you probably aren’t aware that […]

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PlayStation Servers Hacked, Sony PR Lacking

PlayStation Servers Hacked, Sony PR Lacking

Tweet About a week ago I wrapped up my work day, powered up my PS3 and settled in for a game of Call of Duty. But to my irritation all I got was an error message. Seems I wasn’t the only person with this problem. Turns out Sony’s PlayStation Network and Qriocity accounts were hacked. what do you need for a cash advance Thank you for your patience while we work to resolve the current outage of PlayStation Network & Qriocity services. We are currently working to send a similar message to the one below via email to all of […]

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Twitter getting sued

Twitter getting sued

Tweet One of the things that most people love about Twitter, is it gives them a chance to actually reach and sort of touch their favorite athletes and celebrities. Without Twitter, we’d never know that Chad Ochocinco thinks he’d love to play for the Patriots (at least not until the next time someone put a microphone in front him). However, VS Technologies is claiming that they already have a patent called “Method and system for creating an interactive virtual community of famous people.” Wow…you serious? Okay, that’s probably going to be tough to prove, but here is something right from […]

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Facebook going after spammers

Tweet As annoying as Facebook can be at times, it’s nice to see that they are looking out for us to some degree. It seems that Facebook has filed three lawsuits in San Jose courts against several men who tricked people into signing up for mobile subscriptions and then spammed them. I get annoyed just typing that. “In three separate complaints, we allege that Steven Richter, Jason Swan, and Max Bounty, Inc. used Facebook to offer enticing, but non-existent products and services,” Facebook said in a blog post. “According to our complaints, the defendants, among other things, represented that in […]

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