'Social networking sites can’t be trusted for children's online safety'


London: Social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter cannot be trusted to protect children's ‘online safety’, and must be independently regulated, a government child safety adviser has warned.

Facebook Ads: Social Network To Make Pitch To Advertisers That Clicks Aren't What Matter

Facebook Inc, stung by doubts that advertising on the social network delivers enough bang for the buck, is preparing to unveil data to counter its critics and show that "clicks," the current metric of choice, tell only half the story.

The world's No. 1 social network, embarrassed just days before its IPO when General Motors declared it was pulling the plug on all paid advertising on its network, will argue that big-brand marketers should abandon the industry's obsession with numbers of clicks and focus on more effective advertising techniques.

Sex scandals and social media

Sex scandals and social media

A high school principal told investigators she was “in denial” when she kept quiet about claims that three teachers were having sex with students, a court record shows.

The silence from Catherine DePaul — who, along with an aide, allegedly concealed multiple warnings of a scandal at Triton Regional High School — apparently allowed illicit relationships to continue for months at the Runnemede institution.

Facebook confirms it is scanning your private messages for links to increase Like counters


Yesterday I spotted a video submitted to Hacker News by the Polish startup that clearly showed sending a link in a Facebook private message increases the Like counter on the link’s originating third-party website.

Security Flaw Lets Hackers Steal Twitter Accounts


On Saturday, multimedia producer and Twitter user Daniel Dennis Jones — @blanket, at the time — received a notification that his Twitter password had been reset.

This alone would have been cause for concern; at the very least, it would mean that someone had tried and failed to access his account. He quickly found out that the problem was much worse.



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