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Facebook Color Scheme Scam returns: don’t be fooled

Facebook Color Scheme Scam returns: don’t be fooled

There’s a malicious group of tricksters out there this week with the same game as they’ve had for several years. They suggest you’ll be able to change the color and/or layout of your Facebook homepage, you agree to their terms, and they steal your information. We implore you to let all of your Facebook friends know - DO NOT FALL FOR THIS TRICK.

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Yes, you DO want Facebook Messenger

Yes, you DO want Facebook Messenger

Users of all versions of the Facebook app will soon be required to download a separate app called Facebook Messenger to continue using their Facebook Messenger abilities. The original Facebook app for iOS, Android, and all other mobile platforms will no longer feature Messenger abilities - and spoke people aren’t especially happy about that. But why?

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How to: Manage your Facebook, Google app log-ins

How to: Manage your Facebook, Google app log-ins

If you’re one to use a social media account to log into an app or service, chances are you’ve got a lot of them accessing your info. It’s a quick and easy way to get up and running with a new app, but if you stop using that app, it may still be accessing your info. If you want to manage those apps and services that can see your details and such (and you should), here’s how to go about doing so with Google and Facebook.

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OkCupid defends Facebook: We test you too

OkCupid defends Facebook: We test you too

OkCupid is bravely - or foolhardily - wading into the furore over social sites experimenting on users, defending Facebook in the process as it reveals some of the discoveries its own testing has come up with. The stat sifting turns up several insights around the value of pictures on profiles, as well as how suggestible users are, though the fall-out seems less intensive than Facebook's mood-altering trials.

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