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Anatomy of a Facebook Lynching

Thanks to Facebook and Twitter, Cooks Source magazine is no more. Who'll be the next victim of the Net's frontier justice?

Facebook: The Message is the Medium

Facebook Messages is trying to change how we communicate, for better or worse (and probably both).

How to Avoid Being Nude or Rude on Facebook

Posting nude pix of your ex on Facebook could land you in the slammer. Don't believe me? Read on for the sordid details.

Careful What You Say on Facebook -- The Boss is Watching

Yes, you can be fired for what you say and do on social networks. So if you want to keep your job, keep your discontent to yourself.

IT's Biggest Money Wasters

Learn how to rescue precious resources from tech's six most notorious money pits.

What's the Deal with Facebook Deals?

Facebook Deals sounds like an easy way to snag cool offers. But don't get comfortable. You may check in, but your data may never check out.

15 Awesome Things You Probably Shouldn't Do

Want to unlock your iPhone, download YouTube videos, or hack a stranger's Facebook account? It's all possible, but it's also all against the rules.

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Are Custom Ads Getting Just a Bit Too Personal?

Analysis: Some ads are brought to you by you: How companies like Rapleaf are building profiles of you based on your social networking habits, and what to do about it.

Who's Facebooking at Work? Everybody

Analysis: A survey reveals that Facebook use is rampant inside nearly every large company -- whether they know it or not. And not knowing can hurt you.

Facebook's Latest Privacy Breach: Why it Matters

Analysis: The latest data spill involves accidentally sharing its members' identities with advertisers; what's a friend to do?

How to Tame the Social Network at Work

What you don't know -- or refuse to learn -- about social networking could undermine your business

Facebook + Bing: The Good, the Bad, the Incontinent

Analysis: Do you really want to rely on the wisdom of your crowd by linking your searches with your Facebook friends?

News Quiz: The Week in Tech

InfoWorld news quiz: Oct. 15, 2010: Microsoft hopes Windows Phone 7 will score, Facebook gets a bit more secure

You've Been Scraped! Feel Violated?

Data mining companies are scraping Web sites to gather your personal information and sell it to the highest bidder.

Is Your Android Phone Spying on You?

Got an Android phone? Installed apps from the Android Market? Congratulations, you have been named the Mayor of We Know Where You Went and What You Did Last Week.

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