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… a forum on your own website.) The point is, there ARE options — not great options, but better than not knowing if you’ll exist online tomorrow. One final note: If you’re an unfortunate victim of this online identity insanity, there is some small ray of hope. One of the first individuals affected by this attack, Sister Lil Miss Hot Mess, has been…
… Facebook admonished the Drug Enforcement Administration for violating its terms of service by creating a fake profile as part of an undercover investigation. The Hill reported that Facebook chief security officer Joe Sullivan said in an email to DEA administrator Michele Leonhart: Facebook is a community where people come to share…
Facebook promised to overhaul its reporting and enforcement process regarding its real-name policy in an effort to quell the controversy that erupted last month, when several drag queens and other members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community saw their accounts suspended for not using their legal names.
… Women are caught in a no-win situation when it comes to their photos on Facebook and other social networks, according to a new study from Oregon State University, which found that sexy and revealing photos may cost them job opportunities, while more conservative images could lead to less attention from potential suitors. Researcher Elizabeth…