Much has been made recently over the fact that while Facebook users can set their friends lists to “Only Me” within their privacy settings, a slight loophole exists: If a user’s friend has their friends list set to public, all of their friends will appear when viewing their mutual friends, thereby “outing” that user, despite the “Only Me” setting. Mashable went one step further, piecing together some of the friends list of none other than Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer and predictive media-optimization technology provider Kenshoo is ramping up in the Asia-Pacific region, announcing Wednesday that it will launch versions of its platform in Chinese and Japanese and open a new office in Singapore, joining its existing locations in Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Sydney.
Here’s Experian Hitwise’s assessment of much of a behemoth Facebook is in the U.S. and other markets.
Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg wants to return to China, but has yet to set a date and an agenda for such a trip.
U.S. Senator Dick Durbin from Illinois has written a letter to Baidu’s chief executive asking to confirm whether rumors about Facebook’s entry to China via a partnership with the search giant is true, and if so, how would this affect free speech and privacy.
More details about a possible partnership between Baidu and Facebook are circulating.
The Great Wall Of China has been keeping out Facebook, but rumors have been increasing in volume about a potential joint venture between the social network and Chinese search behemoth, Baidu — but what if they’re untrue?
Is Facebook is nearing a deal that to enter China via a partnership with Baidu?
Executives from China’s largest search engine Baidu are visiting Facebook today, suggesting that the two companies plan to discuss a partnership.
Facebook’s CEO arrived in Beijing this morning and visited Baidu, China’s most popular search engine. Is he trying to get Facebook unlocked in China once and for all?