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Should You Sign Up for Facebook Pay?

Facebook has launched Facebook Pay, a payment system for Facebook and Messenger. It’ll roll out first for “fundraisers, in-game purchases, event tickets, person-to-person payments on Messenger and purchases from select Pages and businesses on Facebook Marketplace,” the company said in its announcement. It plans to…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Turn Off Facebook’s Camera Privileges on iOs Right Now

There’s a lot of evidence suggesting that Facebook is always tracking our data, but a new issue found on the iOS Facebook app suggests the company may be literally watching, too. A new bug—and most parties seem to believe it is a bug—turns on your phone’s camera in the background while you’re using Facebook.Read more… […]

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Spinner Incepts Your Friends With Hyper-Targeted Ads

The advertising industry is a cesspool of manipulation and misinformation. And now you can use it to convince your partner to let you get a dog. Or convince them to settle your divorce out of court, because they caught you using hyper-targeted internet ads to convince them to let you get a dog.The Spinner promises […]

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All the Different Ways You Can Silence Stupid People on Facebook

When someone pisses you off on Facebook, the logical, natural response is to lob over the nuke—block them, and you’ll never have to deal with anything they say on the social network ever again. It’s a refreshing feeling, but it’s also a wee extreme for minor infractions. Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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What Happened at the Congressional Hearing on Facebook and Libra?

Libra season is over. On October 23, Facebook founder and Turing Test dropout Mark Zuckerberg testified to Congress for five hours about the cryptocurrency that Facebook wants to launch next year—but which now might never launch at all. Here’s what went down.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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What Happened at the Congressional Hearing on Facebook and Libra?

Libra season is over. On October 23, Facebook founder and Turing Test dropout Mark Zuckerberg testified to Congress for five hours about the cryptocurrency that Facebook wants to launch next year—but which now might never launch at all. Here’s what went down.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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How to Tell What Everyone Is Talking About on Social Media

If you combine FOMO with aphasia, you get the feeling of going on Twitter or Reddit or Facebook, seeing everyone clearly talking about something, but not knowing what that thing is. You check the trending topics, but they’re just full of posts saying “Why is #EatMyBlempglorf trending!?” Here’s how to figure out what…Read more… Continue […]

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The Smoothest Way to Handle Forgetting Someone’s Name

Ever run into an acquaintance you’ve met several times before and realize you’ve forgotten their name? You stand there, discussing your lives, families or the office gossip while you secretly try to remember if his name is Steve or Paul (or maybe Dave?) and hope that he somehow drops a hint.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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The Smoothest Way to Handle Forgetting Someone’s Name

Ever run into an acquaintance you’ve met several times before and realize you’ve forgotten their name? You stand there, discussing your lives, families or the office gossip while you secretly try to remember if his name is Steve or Paul (or maybe Dave?) and hope that he somehow drops a hint.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Airspace Near Area 51 Will Be Closed to News Helicopters and Drones During ‘Storm Area 51’ Shitshow

Airspace around Area 51 in Nevada will be closed to news helicopters and drones this week in anticipation of the so-called “Storm Area 51" event that started as a joke but has morphed into a potentially dangerous situation.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Facebook’s dating service is here, but how’s it different?

The first week of September, Facebook made an interesting foray into the world of online dating with the introduction of Facebook Dating. The feature, which is built into the pre-existing Facebook app, utilizes its massive social network, but also enters the dating market with a handful of unique features to make online dating safer and […]

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How to Protect Your Privacy on Facebook’s New Dating Service

Gone are the days of poking people on Facebook that you wanted to poke in real life. Facebook officially debuted its new dating service in the U.S. yesterday, and that very sentence should cause privacy advocates a bit of alarm—especially since it was only a few days ago when the news hit that another security […]

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How to Protect Your Privacy on Facebook’s New Dating Service

Gone are the days of poking people on Facebook that you wanted to poke in real life. Facebook officially debuted its new dating service in the U.S. yesterday, and that very sentence should cause privacy advocates a bit of alarm—especially since it was only a few days ago when the news hit that another security […]

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How to Stop Facebook From Identifying Your Face

If you’ve been on Facebook lately, you might have noticed a new notification in your feed explaining how the company uses its facial recognition technology and manages the accompanying data. As part of this, Facebook has rebranded the setting you’ll need to know to turn off its ability to find your face in photos…Read more… […]

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Earn Thousands of Dollars for Finding Bugs in Facebook’s Libra Cryptocurrency

While we’re still waiting on a specific release date for Facebook’s upcoming cryptocurrency, Libra, the company is aiming for an early 2020 release. That gives you plenty of time to find bugs in the currency’s infrastructure—a project that could reward you handsomely. Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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