Social Media

Apple Hates Facebook

Apple vs. Facebook: Why users are the losers

When big companies fight, it’s rarely the big companies themselves that take the biggest hit. At first glance, it looks like Apple really loves Twitter. The reality, however, is that it hates Facebook. It sure seems that way, at least. Apple’s distaste for Facebook became apparent with last week’s preview release to developers of Mountain […]

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reddit

Reddit Dragged Screaming Into Twenty-First Century

Reddit finally moved into the modern age on Sunday night, banning certain forums where sexualized content of minors ran rampant. It’s about time. Reddit notified its user base in a post that claimed the site had always dealt with images that “might be child pornography along strict legal lines.” “We have changed our policy because

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Facebook Pictures are Never Deleted

Deleted Facebook Photos Still Accessible Online, Years Later

Photos deleted from Facebook have remained on the social network’s servers for nearly three years, according to an investigation by Ars Technica. Ars Technica looked into this situation almost three years ago and found that some of the photos that users deleted then are still accessible on Facebook’s servers. Facebook told Ars Technica that, while

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Mark Zuckerberg

Zuckerberg’s 2012 personal income tax bill: $1.5 billion

If all goes according to plan, Facebook founder, chairman, and CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s share of the profit in his company’s upcoming initial public offering will result in him facing a tax bill of around $1.5bn for 2012. What’s more, the Financial Times reports, that astronomical bill could increase if the IPO is more successful than

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