Facebook Nabs Patent That'll Make You Rethink Adding Friends
Facebook locked down a patent this week that might make you rethink who you "friend" on the site.
The patent, titled "Authorization and authentication based on an individual's social network," will do three things: better filter spam and offensive emails sent to the account you use to log in to Facebook, improve the ability to search for relevant content on the site and allow lenders to reference your account to determine credit approval.
http://www.newsy.com/videos/facebook-na … g-friends/
Just when I thought it was safe to start using FB again! This is appalling if they actually start doing this.
Well I for one plan on going throgh every single privacy page in the settings and turn it to private
by Kenneth C Agudo 3 years ago
Does adding a person on social media site means the person is interested t you?I have a question, I met this person in our school and we often see each other but somewhat I wanna make friends with her, but I have no strength to approach that is why I let this pass by but one day, she add me on...
by Glenn Stok 6 years ago
I think it would be useful to have a column added to the statistics page that shows the total number of shares for each hub (Tweets and Facebook likes). There is not enough room to add two columns. So this could be a sum of all tweets and all Facebook likes in one column labeled "Shares"....
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