Almost the entire world is on Facebook. All of these people logging on makes Facebook a great place to advertise. They try to find ads just for you. So, what do the ads Facebook picks for you say about who they think you are?
There's a funny thing about parents and technology. That being a majority of moms and dads are pretty tech unsavvy without the help of us internet-obsessed younger folk. And while parental struggles can be frustrating at times, their attempts to get in the techy loop are mostly just hilarious. This is particularly true with Facebook.
One of the biggest gripes against Facebook (other than privacy issues) has always been the social network appears to make drastic changes just when people start getting used to a certain format on the site. Well, it looks like Facebook is getting ready to make some changes again.
Back when Facebook was just about college students and the recently graduated it was great for getting back in touch with high school friends that you had lost contact with for a few years. But now that everybody and their grandmother is on the social network, the reunions Facebook enables have started to become really impressive.
Eric Rizley of Portage, Indiana was having a bad day. So the 19-year-old got on Facebook and started issuing threats. Unfortunately for him, that was actually a very, very bad idea. Now he faces criminal charges
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