Today I bring you some Facebook news and updates. Bad news and awful updates, to be precise.
All the five articles are not enthusiastic about Facebook news, and I think exactly the same, so I recommend to read them all from start to end and let me know what you really think about the problems and solutions suggested in each article.
There are privacy problems, big privacy gaps that are mining our security.
Then you will see why Facebook hashtags are not going properlym and how some FB spammers are earning $200m only for posting some bad links.
The world is changing, Facebook is changing. What do you think on this?
The Situation: FB now can use ALL your ads for their marketing purposes The Problem: Your cute pictures of your 3 year old is fair game The Solution: Don’t be stupid with your private photo sharing.
Do you ever click on hashtags to learn more about a topic?Do you click them on Twitter? Probably.Do you click them on Facebook? Probably not.Edgerank conducted a study where they examined 35,000 posts over 500 Pages. About 6,000 of the posts had hashtags and here is the first result. Wow.
Italian researchers uncover price lists for posting third-party links to Facebook fan pages – and calculate that they earn substantial amounts for most popular ones.
A coalition of six major consumer privacy groups has asked the Federal Trade Commission to block coming changes to Facebook’s privacy policies that they say would make it easier for the social network to use personal data about its users, including children under 18, in advertising on the site.
Thanks so much and see you soon,
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