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2010

Facebook Loses Control of User Privacy

Private email addresses of individuals who have Facebook accounts are getting indexed by the search engines, including Google, Yahoo!, and Bing.com. There are certain web pages on Facebook, mainly the Facebook Email Opt Out web page, that are getting indexed by the search engines.

Search Engines Indexing Email Addresses from Facebook

Private email addresses of individuals who have Facebook accounts are getting indexed by the search engines, including Google, Yahoo!, and Microsoft’s Bing.com. There are certain web pages on Facebook, mainly the Facebook Email Opt Out web page, that are getting indexed by the search engines. There is a problem because these web pages contain email

How to Protect Your Facebook Fan Page

Facebook Fan pages are different than being on Facebook and having your own personalized User ID on there. Facebook Fan pages are different, and they are essentially a type of interactive web page that are on Facebook. If you have set up a Facebook Fan page, here is how to protect it.

Facebook Boosts Application Privacy Controls

Facebook has made it possible for its members to assign, on the fly, a wider variety of access levels to content they post using third-party applications and Web sites, the company said Wednesday.

Facebook Pushes Yahoo! Into Third Place

Two years ago, search engine site Google Inc. (GOOG) eclipsed rival Yahoo! Inc. (YHOO) as the No. 1 Web destination in the United States. Now, a six-year-old social networking site upended those statistics and raised the question: Is Google’s position in danger?

2009

Study Shows Digg and Facebook Users More Loyal

There is a new study out that shows that people who visit Digg and Facebook are more loyal readers than on other web sites. Visitors to Bing.com and Twitter.com are not as loyal. Twitter, in fact, was shown to have visitors that are not as loyal as other web sites.

2008

comScore Releases 2007 U.S. Internet Year in Review

According to comScore, Google and Facebook were some of the biggest winners last year when it comes to the top gaining web properties and overall search market growth.