Twenty-one percent of employees are friends with their boss on Facebook, and those who do tend to be younger or male.
More than half of Facebook users are worried about timeline, according to a poll of 4,110 people by Sophos.
We were the first to post a story about Facebook users hating the rash of changes to the site, and now we have official statistics confirming that hatred: There are five times as many haters as non-haters!
Eighty-five percent of women report feeling annoyed by their online friends.
Only seven percent of those surveyed by BitDefender use any security solution for their Facebook profiles, despite the fact that 87 percent have seen postings that look like rogue applications.
Facebook developers, here’s your chance to participate in an upcoming report for Social Times Pro.
Some 58 percent of men surveyed by Shape and Men’s Fitness said flirting over Facebook, text, and chat helps them get women into bed sooner.
Facebook is part of recruitment at three out of every four companies surveyed by Valut.
A new survey shows that obsessive social networkers tend to get bad grades in school. But even if that’s true, is there something unique to social networking or is it just a scapegoat for poor time management?
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