Facebook’s New York offices were the target of a protest, along with the delivery of a petition, at noon ET today.
A protest over high housing prices in Israel, which prompted a few thousand people to camp out in the streets of Tel Aviv’s Habima Square, was ignited by a Facebook event invitation.
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.
A $100 million housing development in Long Island came to a halt after local residents protested on Facebook.
Yet another celebrity-related story for Facebook today (we’re trying not to overdo the celebrity news here); British model Jordan (real name Katie Price) has had her Facebook group removed by the social network for violating the terms of service. After reaching the 5,000 friend limit on Facebook, Jordan set up a group on the popular site in order to maintain a relationship with her fans.
According to The Sun, however, Jordan’s group was removed by Facebook as it was not created for a company or product. Jordan reportedly contacted Facebook requesting a copy of its policy, stating that she won’t be gotten rid of so easily. What doesn’t make sense to us, however, is why Jordan’s group would be taken down in the first place.