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You can post on Facebook but you can't hide

Facebook pulls the plug on a setting that allowed people to prevent others from finding them by name using the Facebook search bar, the company said on Thursday.

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Cut the snark and save your job: How not to gripe online

Thanks to instant messaging, social media, and other technology, workplace gripes can follow you for the rest of your career. Here's how to save yourself from your own imprudent remarks.

Twitter IPO reveals a company that's growing fast but losing money

The company hopes to raise $1 billion by selling its shares on the public markets, in the biggest social media IPO since Facebook went public last year.

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Facebook allows edits for typos and botched auto-corrects

Facebook’s website and its Android app now will allow users to make changes to posts after they have been published. iOS users, coming soon for you.

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Meet the new LinkedIn, now also for career-focused teens

Traditionally a site for business professionals, LinkedIn changed its terms of service recently to let younger people register.

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The Internet

Scientists prove the existence of the Internet Hate Machine

It's not just your imagination: The Internet is an angry place, at least if you buy into research from Beihang University in China.

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Buffer review: Time your social media posts to a tee

Writing the perfect social media post is hard enough. Figuring out the right time to post it is another thing altogether: specifically, Buffer's thing.

Facebook tells employees, 'build something' -- with a table saw

Facebook hopes a large wood working shop installed in one of its buildings on the Facebook campus will inspire some of its employees to apply some new thinking to the jobs they were hired to do.

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Discovery-oriented Foursquare app arrives on Windows 8

Foursquare has delivered on its promise to develop for Windows 8. But you probably shouldn't expect to be checking in from your notebook PC.

Legal ruling

Judge approves $20 million Facebook fund to settle advertising suit

A U.S. judge has approved a $20 million fund for Facebook to settle a class-action advertising suit, despite objections from groups representing minors on the site.