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Social networking giant Facebook may soon delve into location-based mobile advertising, but the company’s vice president of global marketing solutions stopped short of saying that it is in fact working on such a system.
In the days following Facebook's February announcement that it would be going public, the company faced a multitude of questions from federal regulators in the U.S., according to information released by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Friday.
The social network giant Facebook announced on Thursday a plan to introduce real-time bidding for advertising on its site. This would incorporate technology used by Web-based companies including Google to effectively target ads to consumers.
A seven-day voting period regarding whether Facebook should adopt a new privacy and user rights policy or continue using the existing one has come and gone, and despite an overwhelming percentage of voters choosing the current regulations, the revised code will be implemented by the popular social network.
Many first-time parents - particularly mothers - actually increase the amount of time they spend on Facebook after the birth of their child according to a small exploratory study.
The under-thirteen crowd may soon be able to openly sign up for a Facebook account soon, as the social networking giant is now in the midst of developing technology that will allow the youngsters to have an account without having to lie about their age just to be connected.
When someone is caught, charged and prosecuted as a sex offender, they lose a great many rights they once had. Depending on the state, they have to register themselves as an offender, alert their neighbors and even keep a safe distance from any public place where children congregate.
Officials at the online marketplace will use new Facebook Timeline to tell fans about domain
Shares of Facebook’s stock plunged nearly 10 percent on Tuesday, closing at $28.84, a 24 percent fall since the company’s initial public offering at a price of $38 per share on May 18.