Advocate: Taking Photos Of Homeless 'Unethical And Inhumane'Advocates are speaking out against a police union-backed initiative, and other sites which prompt New Yorkers to post pictures of the city's homeless online.
Civil Rights Union Stands Up For Facebook PrivacyThe New York Civil Liberties Union is taking a stand in support of Facebook's rights to protect user privacy.
Seen At 11: How To Tell If An Internet Rumor Is A Hoax Or The Real DealSo, you get an email from your mother warning you about ruthless carjackers making the rounds.
LI School Board Trustee Apologizes For Facebook Rant Calling For Killing Mentally Ill, Punching ObamaSome at the meeting where very angry and called for the trustee's resignation.
How To Start Your Own Travel BlogFive helpful tips to help you get started on creating your own travel blog
Facebook Down For Second Time In Four DaysThe world's biggest social network isn't being very social lately.
Seen At 11: Social Media Could Expose Families To Virtual KidnappingParents will do anything to keep their children safe, but social media is presenting new and potentially dangerous challenges.
Canadian Couple Is All Smiles In Selfie As They Walk Down The Aisle… In Divorce CourtA couple from Calgary, Alberta, Canada was all smiles in a Facebook picture celebrating a momentous occasion, their walk down the divorce court aisle.
Facebook Sees 1 Billion Users In A Day For First TimeFor the first time ever, one billion people used Facebook in one day this past Monday.
NY Judge Mulls Allowing Facebook Posts In Custody BattleA judge in Westchester County has ordered Christina Antoine to turn over all her private Facebook postings as potential evidence in the dispute.
Court: Teacher May Proceed With Lawsuit Accusing Ex-Boyfriend Of Hacking Her FacebookA Queens teacher who said her ex-boyfriend broke into her Facebook account and sent malicious sexual statements can proceed with her lawsuit, a court decided Tuesday.
Keidel: As Evidenced By Costas Saga, Social Media Has Set Social Graces Back YearsJerry Seinfeld, one of the more muted comedians when it comes to politics, made some candid and compelling observations recently. It wasn't red or blue state stuff, but more red, white, and blue content.
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