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Facebook is taking steps to get regulatory approval for a mobile payments system in Ireland, according to reports.
Police in central Nebraska say a Facebook posting led to the arrest of a North Platte man suspected of having child pornography.
A new study shows a correlation between the time American women spend on Facebook viewing friends' photos and body image problems.
In an age of increased online government surveillance and targeted social media ads, the notion of privacy as a classroom subject worthy of distinct study is gaining momentum far beyond the narrow niches of First Amendment lawyers and computer hackers.
As Twitter looks to broaden its appeal beyond its 241 million users, the company is introducing a redesign of profile pages that includes bigger photos, more user controls and a distinct resemblance to Facebook.
Public health investigators say they used Facebook and other social media to find people potentially exposed to the rabies virus after a Maryland man died from the disease last year in a rare case of transmission through a transplanted organ.
A Facebook page that smeared soldiers as cowards who deserved to be raped and murdered has been deleted by the social media website because its author hid his real name from the company — not because of the content.
It's been a year since Sheryl Sandberg came out with "Lean In," her best-selling manifesto for working women, launching a new catchphrase in the process. Since then, over 1.75 million copies have been sold; the book's out in 28 languages, and will be in eight more by the end of 2014 (a deal was just made for a Kurdish edition.)
A trial date has been set for a Kentucky man charged with threatening to kill the state's governor, first lady and their family in a series of Facebook postings.