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Many profiles on Facebook purport to belong to Google co-founder Sergey Brin, but he may have one that’s more of a secret — which one is the real deal, and why the secrecy?
According to a new survey by the European Commission, 38 percent of European kids ages 9 through 12 are part of the social network, and almost 80 percent of teens are too.
Greenpeace is about to break the world record for the most comments on a single Facebook post.
One of the most persistent anti-gay activists in the U.S. pulled the plug on the National Organization for Marriage’s Facebook page, taking the organization’s Facebook fan base of 290,000 with him.
Every other second, a Facebook user reposts as a status update a viral rant about the U.S. government’s budget stalemate. The rate of reposting has increased thirty-fold since last night.
Check out a new Facebook application that lets you display your photos in a unique way.
A slew of controversy has erupted after D.J. Bettencourt, leader of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, called Roman Catholic Bishop John McCormack a pedophile pimp on his Facebook page yesterday.
Patterson, New Jersey’s School 21 suspended a first grade teacher who posted on Facebook that she felt like a warden overseeing future criminals.
A Zimbabwean man was jailed after he posted a message on the Prime Minister’s Facebook page calling for social change.