Judge issues first Twitter and Facebook ban

A HIGH Court judge has issued an injunction that bans publication of information on Twitter and Facebook.

Winklevoss twins must accept £40m Facebook settlement

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss have been told they cannot back out of a settlement with giant social networking firm Facebook over claims its founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg stole their idea, a US appeals court has ruled.

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Parents suing Facebook over online image of strangling

FOR any parent, coming to terms with the murder of a loved one is a torturous process.

Teachers' Facebook rebellion against union

FURIOUS teachers have launched a Facebook campaign against the profession's biggest union in Scotland, after the organisation urged acceptance of a new pay deal.

Interview: Jesse Eisenberg, actor

Figurehead of the nerd revolution, The Social Network's Jesse Eisenberg is unapologetic about his outsider status. And his two therapists keep him sharp

Crivvens! Oor Wullie's got his own Facebook page

Oor Wullie and The Broons are to celebrate their 75th anniversary this month with the launch of their very own Facebook pages.

Samaritans tie-up will mean help for suicidal Facebook friends

FACEBOOK has teamed up with the Samaritans to create a pioneering scheme that will allow the UK's 30 million Facebook users to get help for a friend they believe is feeling suicidal.

Facebook confession rapist jailed

AN ILLEGAL immigrant who confessed on his Facebook page that he had raped a woman has been jailed for four years.

Case study: Who wants their mum to see boozy photos?

I HAVE a friend whose parents have tried to befriend her on Facebook. In that situation you can't win. Decline and you are left feeling guilty, accept and be prepared for a barrage of comments on compromising photos or, worse still, embarrassing interaction with your friends.

Facebook can stress you out, Scottish psychologists discover

THERE are many reasons to be worried or stressed - rising inflation, job insecurity, public spending cuts.

More Facebook 'friends' equals more stress - Scots study

FACEBOOK users with the most 'friends' are most likely to feel stressed out by the social networking site, according to researchers at a Scottish university.

Victim snares sex attacker on Facebook

A SEX attacker was jailed for six years after his victim tracked him down on Facebook.

Social networking returns to Syria

Facebook and YouTube have become available in Syria for the first time in three years.

Facebook widens new discount shopping deals

FACEBOOK users will be able to cash in on special shop discounts and deals in cafes and restaurants with a new mobile phone feature

Beckhams use social networks to break news of their fourth child

Victoria Beckham has spoken of her delight to be expecting a fourth child.

Suzie Vestri: Online networks have redefined the meaning of 'friend'

How many friends do you have on Facebook? There are more than 23 million Facebook users in the UK. For those of you who aren't on Facebook, it's a site where you connect with friends, family members, colleagues, schoolfriends and others.

Markets braced for Facebook IPO

EQUITY markets across the world will be keeping a close eye on Mark Zuckerberg over the next year.

Surging Facebook profits spark talk of flotation next year

Social networking phenomenon Facebook is generating profits at a faster-than-expected pace as speculation intensifies over a possible stock market flotation next year.

Investing: £32bn Facebook stirs dotcom memories

Debate over the value of technology shares has been stirred by Goldman Sachs' decision to put £290m into Facebook

Facebook campaign launched in bid to find Joanna Yeates' killer

Detectives investigating the murder of Joanna Yeates have launched a national campaign on Facebook to appeal for witnesses.

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