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Can the newest social networking site take on Facebook?
The posts you "like" on Facebook do more than show support for a friend's new baby or express your obsession with a video of cute kittens. Your "likes" help scientists understand human behavior.
One woman is standing up in defense of her stretch marks, calling them battle scars after giving birth to five children.
There might be a chance you are violating the "terms of service" without even knowing it.
Many Facebook users get alarmed at the idea of the social network sharing private information with advertisers. Data Doctor Ken Colburn explains the reality.
A new study concludes Facebook and other social media sites are playing a significant role in divorce rates and marital satisfaction. But is Facebook causing divorce or divorce causing people to use Facebook?
A study reveals the who and why of unfriending.
Some Facebook users are upset about the time it took for Facebook to remove 'Kill Kendall Jones' community page.
Facebook's chief operating officer says that the psychological experiment that the company performed on 700,000 users was "poorly communicated" -- but she didn't apologize for it.
People use Facebook to share their lives and feelings -- and now it turns out Facebook manipulated the newsfeeds of thousands of users in a social experiment.
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