Social Fixer: improve your Facebook interface and filter messages

Social Fixer – free browser extension that improves the interface of Facebook, removing him from the many annoying details, adding all sorts of useful functionality and enhancements. For example, you can add tabs (tabs) in the news feed. All messages are separated by tabs, making it easy to navigate. Raisin Social Fixer – filtering messages(…)

Facebook – Add photos using drag and drop

In addition to the changes in the privacy policy, making it possible to ensure the delivery of personal messages for a small fee, the world’s largest social network Facebook is noted by a number of interesting innovations. In particular, it adds the ability to upload and share multiple photos at once by drag-and-drop, long familiar(…)

Julian Assange: Facebook – Dream intelligence

According to the founder of WikiLeaks, a social network is a source of information. Founder of WikiLeaks Julian Assange called the social network Facebook a information resource, which previously any intelligence of any country could only dream of. According to Assange, accounts in social networks provide optimal amount of personal data, as well as a(…)

Facebook will pay $ 9.5 million for breach of privacy of users

The Court of Appeal in the United States has recognized the appropriateness of compensation of $ 9.5 million, which is the world’s largest social network Facebook will have to pay people whose rights to privacy had been violated, according to Reuters. In 2007, Facebook launched a feature Beacon, which began broadcasting friends to get info(…)

Facebook users is rapidly approaching one billion people

The number of Facebook users is rapidly approaching one billion – and this despite the fact that the site is blocked in China. Yesterday the company issued a correction to the shape of S1 in anticipation of a public offering. The new document provides fresh statistics for March 2012. In March, Facebook reached 901 million(…)

Facebook, Apple and Twitter were charged with illegally accessing personal information of users of smartphones

Facebook, Apple, Twitter and 15 other companies sued for distributing mobile applications to steal data from address books  of smartphone users. According to PC World, a group of 13 people filed a lawsuit in district court in Texas, where 18 companies accused of illegally accessing information, address books smartphone users. Among these companies are located(…)

The trial over the web-censorship in India was postponed to May 2012

In India, 20 companies, including Google, Facebook and Microsoft, are accused of conspiracy, defamation, promoting enmity between different religious and racial groups, as well as distributing obscene materials. The trial over the censorship on the web-content in India, involving 20 companies, including Google, Facebook and Microsoft, has been rescheduled for May 23, 2012. It is(…)

Facebook INFESTED with Ads

Facebook is infested with Ads these days, it doesn’t feel like Facebook any longer instead it is more of an Ad network now. The bids on the Ads is also humongous that small companies can’t even imagine advertising on Facebook & the bid keeps escalating by the minute. I have nothing against Facebook, it’s just my personal(…)

M86 Security: The level of malicious spam has increased to 5% in the second half of 2011

Cyber ??attacks during the second half of 2011 have become more sophisticated and focused on business organizations, critical infrastructure of various countries, as well as military government agencies. According to HelpNetSecurity, M86 Security specialists have analyzed cyberthreats faced by users in the second half of 2011. In particular, attracted the attention of scientists and spam(…)

Camera Canon IXUS 510 and IXUS 240 HS HS with a touchscreen and Wi-Fi

Canon has supplemented its range of IXUS HS with two new models with touch screen – IXUS 510 HS (in the U.S. labeled as PowerShot ELPH 530 HS) and IXUS 240 HS (in the U.S. labeled as PowerShot ELPH 320 HS) received a new feature – support for Wi-Fi. The IXUS 510 HS is equipped with a CMOS-sensor(…)