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At the Mat-Su Borough Animal Care Facility on Sunday morning, Rachel Reese set up two portable lights, unzipped a canvas bag crammed with animal-sized cowboy hats, bow-ties and a cardboard sign that read "Free Hugs." Then she readied herself for her rambunctious, leashed clients: the dogs of the animal shelter.
Facebook users in the U.S. will soon be able to see which of their friends are in close proximity using a new feature the company is launching on Thursday.
In an ever-connected online world, when does sharing personal information cross the line between socializing and self-worshiping?
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.