Fake Winning Powerball Ticket Spreads in Facebook

Saturday, December 1st, 2012
Apparently, a lot of Facebook users still do not get the memo and would share anything, including the obviously fake ones. Last Thursday, a Facebook user named Nolan Daniels posted a photo of himself holding a supposedly-winning Powerball ticket, along with a caption that he would give $1 million to a random person who shared it. As of this posting, the poorly-photoshopped image has been shared 1.8 million times a

Facebook: Posting “Berner Convention” on Status Won’t Protect User Privacy

Monday, November 26th, 2012
If you have seen your friends on Facebook posting legalese on their status updates in an effort to prevent the social network from “owning or commercially exploiting” their content, do not be tempted to follow suit. Facebook released a short statement refuting the legalese that “as a result of the Berner Convention,” the user declares their copyright to their content posted and shared in the

Facebook Ending March 15? Not.

Monday, January 10th, 2011
There are things that can easily be considered as rumors or facts. But then the online world can be a confusing environment to be in. Some rumors can be considered as fact by many and vice versa. It is such a puzzling phenomenon really. But then it happens more often that people may think. That is why it is sometimes no wonder that people who are online may easily believe some rumors no matter how outrageous they