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Why the WSJ Is a Great Newspaper (Mark Zuckerberg Grows Up Edition)

From Monday’s Wall Street Journal front page: For Mark Zuckerberg, Tumult and Turnaround MENLO PARK, Calif.— Mark Zuckerberg needed help. Facebook Inc.’s initial public offering in May 2012 had been a mess. And after turning a website born in his college dorm room into … Continue reading

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Mark Zuckerberg Thinks You’re A Faceshnook (Timeline Life Events Edition)

Mark (Data)Suckahberg is at it again, urging users to give Facebook more grist for the marketing mill. From AllFacebook . . . Read the rest at Sneak Adtack.

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Mark Zuckerberg Thinks You’re A Faceshnook

Facebook CEO Mark (Data) Suckahberg has just sunk his talons deeper into your digital carcass. New York Times piece (via the Boston Globe): Critics probably won’t like Facebook’s policy SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook pressed ahead Friday with changes to its privacy … Continue reading

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Facehook: Ads You Like It (Or Not)

From our Two Steps Forward, One Step Back desk Facebook vampire Mark (Data) Suckahberg is at it again, now messing with your  messaging feature, described here in typical Facebookese. Translation for the Facebook-impaired, via PR Newser: Facebook To Let Strangers, Brands Send You … Continue reading

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An Email From Facebook? That Can’t Be Good

The hardworking staff received this email from Facebook today: Okay. For starters: 1) Any Facebook reference to privacy means you’ll have less. 2) Protest all you want, but Facebook is a master of two steps forward, one step back. 3) … Continue reading

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The Face(book) Of Online Privacy’s Future

The big Mark Zuckerberg takeout in New York magazine is getting lots of attention, but even more interesting is this sidebar, headlined “No, Facebook Has Not Already Peaked.” Nut graf: There’s a technology called OAuth. When you go to Spotify, or comment on … Continue reading

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Hey, FaceShnook: You’re Being Pixel-Pocketed!

The latest installment in the Wall Street Journal’s invaluable (and Pulitzer Prize-worthy) What They Know series is a wake-up call for every one of the 800 million+ Facebookniks. Selling You on Facebook Many popular Facebook apps are obtaining sensitive information about users—and users’ friends—so … Continue reading

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Mark Zuckerberg Thinks You’re An Idiot

Facebook founder/weasel Mark Zuckerberg is once again insulting our intelligence by trying to mask his intelligence-gathering about us. From Friday’s New York Times: Your Life on Facebook, in Total Recall Remember those karaoke videos from three years ago that somehow … Continue reading

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It’s Good To Live In A Two-Daily Town (Yankees’ Zuck Edition)

Social network behemoth Facebook is opening its first East Coast office in New York. Not Boston. Which drew radically different coverage in the local dailies. From the Boston Globe’s Business Daily Briefing: NEW YORK – Facebook will open an engineering … Continue reading

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Facebook Is Totally Stalking Me

Memo to Mark Zuckerberg: Get out of my Facebook! Enough with the emails saying, “Here’s some activity you may have missed on Facebook.” No, I haven’t missed it – I’ve IGNORED it. There’s a difference. Unfortunately, Facebook marks are just … Continue reading

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