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The suit was first filed by two children and their parents in 2012.
Paul D. Ceglia was arrested in 2012 for allegedly defrauding Facebook
Facebook will provide a new pipeline of data to select marketers, the company says.
Wait, FriendFeed was still running? Yeah, we were surprised too.
Between 46,000 and 70,000 accounts were supportive of ISIS late last year, researchers say
It's currently only available to California residents, but coverage is expanding, Google says
It's a real problem for the social networking giant, and one Facebook hopes to solve.
Most of its members in the U.S. are women, and many consider their stores a business
Finding new ways to curate tweets is high on Twitter's agenda.
Paydiant technology is behind the mobile payment apps used by Subway and Capital One
Tinder Premium will also remove yet-to-launch ads. But the service will also charge more for, well, more mature users.
Google+ might split in two as photos move to the forefront.
Sundar Pichai hints at further unbundling of services from Google's floundering social network.