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By Brian McIver So, eight million people lie on social network sites like Bebo and MySpace? I am 31 years old, married, I have been to four schools, two universities and have about a million cousins... and only 16 friends on Facebook. Maybe I should lie about that...
By Craig McDonald EIGHT million Britons lie on social networking sites. Almost one in three people admit to telling porkies on their profile page, with personal interests the main area of fiction. More than one in six say they have exaggerated their job title to sound more successful.
By Rhodri Marsden Social networking is a minefield for manners - should you poke your boss? Can you have too many friends? Rhodri Marsden shares his golden rules A recent survey revealed that almost two thirds of people using social networking websites feel frustrated and confused by the unwritten etiquette.
By Brian Stelter When News Corp. added MySpace to its portfolio nearly three years ago, it expected that if its base of 20 million users kept growing - and kept each interested by adding friends, sharing photos and swapping flirty messages - the advertising dollars would roll in.
NEW YORK, June 16 /PRNewswire/ -- 123Greetings.com announces the launch of a new application for Orkut.com, a social networking site. The new application "123Greetings Cards" provides access to 20,000 free ecards that are available for over 3,000 everyday, special occasions and events.
AOL said Thursday it will pay $850 million to acquire the online hangout Bebo, giving the struggling Internet company a foothold in an expanding business.
An American insurance company, in defending its refusal to pay out a claim, is seeking to call in evidence personal online postings, including the contents of any MySpace or Facebook pages the litigants may have, to see if their eating disorders might have "emotional causes".
Following in the footsteps of Facebook and other rival social networking sites, Myspace plans to formally initiate its â€œDeveloper Platformâ€ next Tuesday.
Millions of teenagers see it as a harmless internet meeting place.But as our disturbing investigation reveals,this social phenomenon has been hijacked by ruthless crooks stealing their identities in an epidemic of fraud ...
By MAEVE QUIGLEY AN internet weirdo is stalking Charity You're A Star host Brian Ormond, the Irish Daily Mirror can reveal. The star yesterday hit out at the person who has tried to steal his identity with a fake Bebo site.
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