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Facebook Will Pay Users to Deactivate Their Accounts Before the 2020 Election

Facebook will pay some app and Instagram users money to deactivate their accounts ahead of the 2020 election. Read more on RADIO.COM to find out how you can earn extra cash.
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Why You'll Be Seeing More Music Videos in Your Facebook Feed

The social media giant is set to unveil hundreds of thousands of music videos this weekend. The move comes to challenge YouTube, which has had a stronghold as the space for music videos on the internet this year.
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Facebook, Google to Allow Employees to Work From Home Through 2020

Big companies like Facebook and Google are allowing many of their employees to work from home through the end of 2020. It is unconfirmed if other tech companies will follow suit. See the details.
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Facebook Releases Maps Showing Where People Are Reporting Coronavirus Symptoms

Facebook just released its first maps of people reporting symptoms of COVID-19. The map shows county-by-county data to help track the spread of the coronavirus.
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Facebook's New Feature Aims to Connect Communities Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Despite the calls for social distancing amid the novel coronavirus, Facebook is hoping to connect people through their latest feature. The social networking site is expanding “Community Help” to cover pandemics. Read more.
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The Four Kinds Of People On Facebook

What kind of Facebook poster are you? Researchers have boiled the billions of Facebook users down into four groups: relationship builders, town criers, selfies and window shoppers. And why have we divided the world into four categories? Brigham Young University researchers says knowing what...
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The Worst Vacation Picture To Post Online

Most of us find delight in posting our vacation pictures on social media, allowing our friends and family to see what exciting and relaxing things we're doing while they're stuck in the office. And while most of us share these photos, the majority of your friends cannot stand them, according to a...
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Pasco County Sheriff's Office Social Media Post Is Total Embarrassment For A Couple Trying To Start A Family

Law enforcement agencies have found social media, such as Facebook and Twitter, as great way to communicate with the public, but it can also cross the line in turning a low key encounter into a big mess. Take the story of Felicia Nevins, a 26-year-old Port Richey woman who was anxious to start her...
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Lite Apps Use Less Memory, Energy And Data

The common problem of running out of memory on your phone means you have to make some hard choices of what items must be deleted. The bad news is the most popular apps such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram use a lot of memory space. The good news, at least for Android phones, is there are "lite"...
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Public Shaming Guilts Dine And Dashers Into Paying Bill

Thanks to surveillance and social media the practice of dine and dash may be over for good. Take for instance, The Brass Tap in Greenfield, Wisconsin. Last Friday night a group of five people in their 20s decided to skip out on a $110 bill. Perhaps they thought it was funny or a joke to dine and...
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