Just as users can visit a brand’s Facebook page to tell them how much they love the product or offer ideas, they can also leave negative feedback. Brands — notably Chick-fil-A and the National Rifle Association — recently discovered that social media is a two-way street for good and for bad.
The touchy issue of what to do about Facebook pages claiming that the Holocaust was a hoax reared its ugly head again at the social network,but it remained consistent in allowing the pages.
A brief shows Pakistanis’ perceptions of the Everybody Draw Mohammed Day group that was eventually pulled from Facebook.
A new status update referring to classified document sharing site WikiLeaks posts on Facebook at an average rate of about once a second.
Facebook postings with advice about Egyptian military service have resulted in a sentence of six months in jail plus a fine for Ahmed Hassan Bassyouni.
DKNY’s Facebook wall continues to fill up with fur protest posts, and the fashion brand hasn’t deleted any of them since they began Monday morning.
Washington D.C. has been abuzz about the couple who crashed a Presidential party and proceeded to post photos of themselves on Facebook. Yesterday the secret service confirmed that they had used Facebook after the event to find out that the couple was not permitted to attend. The photos of the Salahis with Vice President Biden tipped off the Secret Service, which has come under fire in recent days.