Working Facebook Worst Things List

The awful things you have to do to survive at Facebook

By on July 10, 2015 at 5:59 PM.

The awful things you have to do to survive at Facebook

Some people may describe Facebook as the best places to work in the tech industry, but that’s not always the case, as not everyone who’s been hired by Mark Zuckerberg and Co. has been thrilled with the experience. In fact, many former employees have revealed some of the annoying things they had to put up with to stay at Facebook, which has been voted by others as the No. 1 company to work for. More →

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Facebook Tips And Tricks Stop Game Invites

Yes! There’s a Way to Block Facebook Friends’ Annoying Candy Crush and Farmville Invites

By on June 24, 2015 at 3:24 PM.

Yes! There’s a Way to Block Facebook Friends’ Annoying Candy Crush and Farmville Invites

One of the most annoying things that people do on Facebook is to send you invitations to play Candy Crush SagaFarmville, and all sorts of other crappy games that you will never, ever play. Thankfully, there’s a way to block these unwanted invitations from ever reaching you, as a new video posted by Business Insider demonstrates.

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Facebook User Data Tracking Privacy

Facebook says it didn’t track everyone in the EU… intentionally

By on April 10, 2015 at 6:50 AM.

Facebook says it didn’t track everyone in the EU… intentionally

Responding to a report from the Belgian government’s privacy watchdog that recently caused some controversy around Facebook’s privacy practices, the social network on Thursday said the findings were inaccurate, The Wall Street Journal reveals. Facebook explained how it conducts its business operations in Europe, when it comes to personal data collection and user tracking, and said that it doesn’t track users who aren’t on Facebook. Or at least that’s how things should work, as a “bug” allowed the company to continue tracking users in the region who don’t have registered Facebook accounts. More →

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Facebook Messenger for Windows and Mac

Facebook brings one of its most popular mobile apps to the desktop

By on April 9, 2015 at 6:50 AM.

Facebook brings one of its most popular mobile apps to the desktop

Facebook already has a variety of highly popular mobile apps available on iOS and Android, including the regular Facebook app, but also messaging apps like Messenger and WhatsApp, with each of them already being used by hundreds of millions of consumers. Unsurprisingly, the company wants yo offer similarly targeted services to desktop users. Facebook on Wednesday launched a standalone Messenger.com portal, where users can enjoy only messaging features, just like on mobile devices. More →

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Facebook Privacy and Tracking

Shocker: Facebook tracks absolutely everyone in the EU, regardless of personal preferences

By on March 31, 2015 at 11:59 AM.

Shocker: Facebook tracks absolutely everyone in the EU, regardless of personal preferences

A new study that looked into Facebook’s privacy practices in the European Union reveals that Facebook seemingly tracks everyone in the region, regardless of personal preferences. Whether you’re signed in to the service or not, and whether or not you have opted out of being tracked, a Facebook cookie with your name on it exists, and can be used to track your online activities.

In fact, even people without Facebook accounts are being tracked. More →

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How To Stop Facebook Birthday Notifications

How to stop Facebook from sending you those annoying birthday notifications

By on March 20, 2015 at 4:08 PM.

How to stop Facebook from sending you those annoying birthday notifications

Ahh, Facebook. The social network we love to hate and hate to love. Facebook is easily the most trafficked social service in the world and people spend countless hours stalking, err, keeping up with friends, sharing news stories and posting about their own lives. Of course, there are also plenty of things about the service that are a little bit annoying or even downright infuriating.

The birthday notifications that are enabled by default for each and every one of your Facebook friends falls somewhere in between “a little bit annoying” and “downright infuriating,” but luckily it couldn’t be easier to disable them. More →

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Facebook Image Sharing

Facebook doesn’t want you sharing photos of the following body parts

By on March 16, 2015 at 5:13 PM.

Facebook doesn’t want you sharing photos of the following body parts

Facebook has updated its Community Standards page, Mashable reports, in which it explains in detail what can and can’t be shared on its network when it comes to images and videos. The new Community Standards are significantly longer than before – the BBC says the new document is 2,500-word long – and cover nudity, hate speech, bullying and other aspects of Facebook sharing. More →

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Facebook Privacy Settings

How to make yourself invisible on Facebook

By on March 16, 2015 at 2:52 PM.

How to make yourself invisible on Facebook

Facebook can be an great source of entertainment, especially when it comes to killing productivity, but that doesn’t mean everyone needs to see everything you do on the social network. Business Insider has put together a quick and handy guide that can help you turn invisible on Facebook through some easy tweaks to your settings. More →

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Facebook Suicide Thoughts Tools

Facebook unveils a crucial new tool for suicide prevention

By on February 26, 2015 at 9:15 PM.

Facebook unveils a crucial new tool for suicide prevention

Facebook unveiled a brand new feature it’s adding to its massive social network in order to help out some of its users who might experience a special kind of problem. Specifically, Facebook has created tools to provide more resources to people who are struggling with suicidal thoughts, as well as to their friends and family members who might spot such problems. More →

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Facebook and Death: Legacy Contact

You can finally control what happens to your Facebook when you die

By on February 12, 2015 at 9:30 PM.

You can finally control what happens to your Facebook when you die

Facebook on Thursday announced a new feature for its social network, the addition of a Legacy Contact, or a person who will be allowed to control your account after you pass away — certainly, that must have been a problem for various Facebook users who might not have been able to access accounts of deceased relatives or close friends after their passing. More →

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Who To Follow On Twitter

The people you follow on Twitter are boring – here are 25 new follows to fix that

The people you follow on Twitter are boring – here are 25 new follows to fix that

By on February 9, 2015 at 12:11 PM.

Twitter is a truly fascinating place that is simultaneously an amazing source of information and entertainment, and a boring, soul-crushing waste of time. It really all depends on who you follow, and since there are more than half a billion users, it can be difficult to find the right people to follow.

So, we’ve done some of the heavy lifting for you. More →

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