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Yahoo Launches Surprise Patent-Attack Against Facebook
2012-02-28 13:49:11

The once cordial relationship between web giants Yahoo and Facebook may be quickly souring as Yahoo is now launching a legal offensive against the social network, demanding hefty licensing fees for some 10 to 20 of its patents.

Privacy Concerns Rising Among Social Network Users
2012-02-25 06:06:44

Users of social-networking websites such as Facebook are becoming less outgoing and increasingly guarded in terms of who they befriend and what contents are displayed on their pages, the Pew Internet & American Life Project reports in a new study.

2012-02-22 22:25:00

Is Facebook's infringement policy generic? Fort Wayne, IN (PRWEB) February 22, 2012 JabberboxTM Designs, makers of the Jawbox case for BluetoothTM

Facebook To Allow Pseudonym Profile Pages, If You Are Famous Enough
2012-02-17 10:38:39

Social network Facebook, from the early days, based its user profiles on real names from real people, and despite a few instances of people who shared names with celebrities having their accounts closed, it has mostly been a successful business model with an estimated 800 million profiles created.

Three Years After Deletion, Facebook Photos Still Online
2012-02-07 08:25:15

Facebook admitted on Friday that it is completing a new system that makes deleting photos much quicker. However, an older system is still storing many images that users have deleted and assume are gone forever.

Facebook Users Showing No Sign Of Unliking The Site
2012-02-03 09:34:25

A new study finds that average users of Facebook receive more than they give, and it is Facebook’s relatively small group of “power users,” who do more than their share of tagging, liking and uploading.

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  • an ornament or knob in the shape of a flower
  • In architecture, a floral ornament; specifically, the large conventional flower usually placed in the center of the abacus of a Corinthian capital or classic ceiling-caisson; also, the floreated termination of a Gothic finial.
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