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Date Added: November 03, 2011 02:57:38 AM
Author: pds20
Category: Internet and Web Services
what is fb? FB Abbreviations 1.Foreign Body 2.Full Back 3.Freight Bill Now FB is mostly used to mean facebook or what is fb in twitter? #fb is the hash tag for Facebook. By using that hashtag, you can spread certain selected updates to Facebook through a Facebook app called “Selective Twitter Status” found at Google+’s Privacy Settings ‘Better Than Facebook’? BY CHARLES STANLEY ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY. It’s hot topic in the ever-changing social media landscape. Who has my information? And what are they doing with it? Google plus — the newest platform — is getting both praise and criticism for its privacy setup. For Google — its how do the privacy settings compare to Facebook and can it comepete? A contributor for Fortune says Google good job — so far. “The company still wants users to share data for more personalized search results, but it’s much easier to manage Google’s privacy options than Facebook’s. Reviews of Google+ mention its superior ability to manage personal data, better transparency on how that data is shared and the option to delete all your data.” So – advantage Google. But what about those conservatives who refuse to share information with their real name? Those that want to participate — but with a pseudonym. Well according to CNET — apparently that won’t fly. “With Google+ and the Google Profiles service on which it relies, the company is trying to build a service without pseudonyms, anonymous cowards, or impersonation.” According to Google CEO Eric Shmidt — the site is growing fast — and Google plans to generate revenue through the trusted Google way, most likely using your information. “Early indications are that it is hugely successful, that people are clamoring for initiations for a closed beta, as we debug a few aspects of the service. A New Suite of Safety Tools Safety has always been a social experience: as friends and family, we look out for each other and pass along advice to help each other stay safe. Safety on Facebook works the same way. By keeping each other informed, people make Facebook a more trusted environment. Today, we’re making it easier to stay safe with the launch of new safety resources, tools for reporting issues and additional security features. More Resources for Families During President Obama’s White House Conference on Bullying Prevention last month, we announced plans to expand our existing safety resources with new content for families. Beginning today, you can visit the newly redesigned Family Safety Center. There, you’ll find useful articles for parents and teens and videos on safety and privacy, as well as many other resources. In the coming weeks, we’ll also be providing a free, downloadable guide for teachers, written by safety experts Linda Fogg Phillips, B.J. Fogg and Derek Baird. We hope this guide will help educators with social media in the classroom. Social Reporting Tools We also recently unveiled a new social reporting tool that allows people to notify a member of their community, in addition to Facebook, when they see something they don’t like. Safety and child psychology experts tell us that online issues are frequently a reflection of what is happening offline. By encouraging people to seek help from friends, we hope that many of these situations can be resolved face to face. The impact has been encouraging, and we’re now expanding social reporting to other major sections of Facebook, including Profiles, Pages and Groups. Advanced Security Features We’re also starting to introduce Two Factor Authentication, a new feature to help prevent unauthorized access to your account. If you turn this new feature on, we’ll ask you to enter a code anytime you try to log into Facebook from a new device. This additional security helps confirm that it’s really you trying to log in. We announced earlier this year that people could experience Facebook over a secure connection using HTTPS. This feature helps protect your personal information and is particularly useful if you’re uncertain about the security of your network or you’re using public wifi to access Facebook. Today, we’re improving HTTPS so if you start using a non-HTTPS application on Facebook, we automatically switch your session back to HTTPS when you’re finished. We think that social solutions to safety will become increasingly important to using the web. Tools like social reporting will help make our community even stronger, and we encourage you to use is the site which provides all details related to Facebook such as Get started Tutors, Video tutorials, Facebook Related Updates etc. So visit our site and keep yourself updates with all latest facebook news.
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