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“Deadbeat Parents Own Facebook Post Used To Bust Them For Not Paying Child Support”

A new way to get you to take care of your child. Nope you can’t hide now. Your responsibility pay up facebook folks.

19 Year Old Plans To Kill Family On Facebook @Hodgetwins

The Hodgetwins

Marissa Williams, 19, told her aunt’s fictional online persona, Tre ‘Topdog’ Ellis, that she hated Alabama and wanted him to kidnap her and kill her aunt, her fiance, her cousin and the family dog, police say. The first time they talked online, the teen offered sex to the boy if he’d pay her $50 cell phone bill.

Tech companies will alert users when gov. requests their data

Published on May 5, 2014
RT America

Major tech companies are implementing a policy alerting users when the government requests access to their data. Companies such as Google, Facebook and Microsoft came under fire after last year’s revelations regarding the National Security Agency and the extent of the government’s access to users’ personal data. The Obama administration is also considering changes to the rules governing warrantless access to consumers’ information. RT’s Lindsay France has more details on these privacy changes.

Google Acquires Drone Maker – What Could Go Wrong?

Published on Apr 19, 2014
The Young Turks

“Google announced Monday that it is buying New Mexico-based drone maker Titan Aerospace for an undisclosed sum, the Wall Street Journal reports. If you recognize the name, it’s because Facebook was reportedly in talks to buy the same company.

The thing is, Titan Aerospace doesn’t exactly have a huge number of drones yet. In fact, the company only has two: the solar-powered Solara 50 and the Solara 60, both of which can reportedly stay in flight for five years. If you’re interested, the Solara 50 can carry 70 pounds and the Solara 60 can carry around 250 pounds.”* The Young Turks hosts Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian break it down

Desperate Egyption activists take the fight to Facebook ( يائسة إجبأيشن يأخذ نشط المعركة إلى فسبووك يائسة إجبأيشن يأخذ نشط المعركة إلى فسبووك Desperate Egyption activists take the fight to Facebook

Published on Apr 4, 2014
Journeyman Pictures

Egypt’s Facebook Face Off (2008) – See how Egypt’s youth are striving to make their voices heard, through the use of social media.

For over 27 years President Mubarak has ruled with an iron fist. With protests and strikes forbidden, activists are finding new ways to fight for democracy. Through Facebook, protestors can now find a voice.

“They are terrified of Facebook because it is new to them. It is something they can’t control.” Says democracy activist Nadia who was arrested at the recent April 6 strike. A recent campaign organised via Facebook, saw thousands refusing to work and several hundred campaigning on the streets. Ahmad Mehr, the creator of the Facebook-led strike was eventually arrested. “Just for the password they took my trousers off, he said ‘We can rape you, we can put a stick in”. They wanted to close the Facebook group, they wanted control over it”. He was released after providing a false password and now lives in hiding, “Everyone should be interested in politics. I think it is worth the trouble and being in prison for a month or two”. Filming their protests using mobile phones, then uploading them to the internet has inspired bolder political attacks from Egypt’s youth. Footage of Belal Diab heckling the Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif was uploaded onto You Tube. “I told him Egypt was sad, the flower of Egyptian youth was in detention, we want you to release the detainees of 6 April.”

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رأيت ينشر في أبريل – نيسان 4, 2014
يكون يكافح أن يجعل صوىهم يسمع, من خلال الإستعمال من
أوساط اجتماعيّة.

ل على 27 سنون قد حكم رئيس مبارك مع حديد قبضة. مع إحتجاجات وإضرابات يمنع, يجد نشط طرق جديدة أن يتنازع لديموقراطيّة. من خلال فسبووك, بروتستور يستطيع الآن وجدت صوة.

“أرعبت هم من فسبووك لأنّ هو يكون جديدة إلى هم. هو شيء هم يستطيع لا يضبط. “يقول ديموقراطيّة نشط نديا الذي كان أوقفت في الأخيرة أبريل – نيسان 6 إضراب. حملة أخيرة ينظّم عن طريق فسبووك, منشار آلاف يرفض أن يعمل و سفرل هوندرد يشترك على الشوارع. أوقفت أهمد مهر, المبتدعة من ال فسبووك-لد إضراب كان أخيرا. “فقط لالكلمة سرّ أخذ هم سراويلي باتّجاه آخر, هو قال ‘نحن يستطيع اغتصبت أنت, نحن يستطيع وضعت عصا في”. هم أرادوا أن يغلق فسبووك مجموعة, هم أراد تحكم على هو “. هو كان أطلقت بعد يزوّد كلمة سرّ زائفة والآن يعيش في يخفي, “كلّ شخص سوفت كنت راغبة في سياسة. أنا أفكّر ب وورث هو الاضطراب ويكون في سجن لشهر أو اثنان”. قد ألهم تصوير سينمائيّ إحتجاجاتهم يستعمل موبيل فون, بعد ذلك أوبلوأد هم إلى الإنترنت يبسل هجوم سياسيّة من مصر شباب. أوبلوأد قياس قدميّة بلل دياب يحفي الرئيس وزراء أحمد نزيف كان على أنت أنابيب. “قاله أنا مصر كان حزينة, الزهرة من شباب مصريّة كان في توقيف, نحن يريد أنت أن يطلق المعتقلات من 6 أبريل – نيسان.”

ينتج ب سبس – مرجع – 4069
Desperate Egyption activists take the fight to Facebook
مصر فسبووك وجه باتّجاه آخر (2008) – كيف مصر شباب

Facebook can track your un-posted thoughts

Published on Jan  6, 2014           RT America

If you have a Facebook account, then you’ve probably found yourself typing out a status update that you delete last-minute, just before posting. Maybe it’s too personal or controversial. But for whatever reason, you delete it, feeling a sense of relief that no one will ever be able to see those words. But thanks to a new report, we now know that’s not necessarily the case. The study shows Facebook has the technological ability to see the information you were hoping to keep private. RT’s Ameera David reports.

Cracker Barrel Heeds Call To Bring Back Duck Dynasty Products

Published on Dec 23, 2013 The Young Turks

Cracker Barrel has heeded to an old adage: The customer is always right.
Late Sunday, the Tennessee-based restaurant chain, which has 625 locations in 42 states, reversed course and said it would resume selling “Duck Dynasty” merchandise.
Customer outcry, the company said, forced it to reevaluate its decision to stop carrying merchandise from the popular reality TV show after controversial comments made by the show’s star in a recent magazine interview.
“You told us we made a mistake,” the company said on its Facebook page. “And, you weren’t shy about it. You wrote, you called and you took to social media to express your thoughts and feelings. You flat out told us we were wrong. We listened. Today, we are putting all our Duck Dynasty products back in our stores.” Ricardo Lopez / LA Times: http://www.latimes.com/business/money…

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