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Showing posts with label Facebook News. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Facebook News. Show all posts

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Facebook Update: You Can Now Edit Comments After Posting


Finally, Facebook has added a new feature that allows users to edit a comment after posting it without the need for deleting and retyping.













Starting Thursday, Facebook offers the said ability by clicking the ‘pen’ button at the top right-hand corner of the comment and an additional option to "edit it" has been added to the drop-down menu as well as the option to delete it entirely. The new feature makes it helpful for those who’ve made typos, or those who want to change the comment they’ve made. It will be available to all Facebook users in the next few days according to reports.










Facebook allow historical comment editing on the initial comment making it easy for the audience to see the history of the conversation and not get lost. Users can also press ‘Esc’ to cancel the option to edit.




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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

FILIPINOS win at Facebook "Hackathon" competition in Singapore



A team of four smart Filipino programmers from Chikka Philippines, Inc. (Chikka), a wholly-owned subsidiary of wireless leader Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart), bested developers from several Asian countries including Thailand, Indonesia, and India during the annual Facebook Mobile “hackathon” event on Monday in Singapore where they won the Best Mobile Open Graph Award.






The contingent showed just how hardcore Pinoy programmers can be when it comes to software and app development. Chikka engineers Miko Ignacio, Jason Sia, Josh Basarte, and Melvin Fetalvero won the Best Mobile Open Graph Award for creating “Hear Me,” an application that lets users post audio notes on their Facebook home page.

“I don’t think we won because of what we came up with in four hours, but because of what ‘Hear Me’ can become, in the hands of other Facebook users and the developer community,” said Chikka team leader Melvin Fetalvero.

For now, “Hear Me” is an iPhone app that allows users to record a greeting and to post it on a fellow Facebook friend's wall or news feed. Other users can then listen to the recording, like it, and even share it with their friends.

A hackathon is a contest where a developer team conceptualizes, programs, and presents an application to judges, all within a very short period of time. In this case, it was just four hours.




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Thursday, December 22, 2011

READ THIS WARNING: Get Christmas Theme for FB on —>> Cool new christmas feature or theme is a SCAM!



New Facebook spam offering you a free Christmas Theme is spreading viral across FACEBOOK and targets FB timeline primarily. According to the reports, this scam has already claimed over 15,000 victims, therefore, do not like the page, report it to Facebook and mark it as spam.


















The wall posts says “Get Christmas Theme for FB on —>> Cool new christmas feature or theme <<—Free Christmas Theme for all FB users !! Just install this amazing new fb Christmas new look and change your profile looks show it to your friends too” and it also tags all your friends to promote it pretty faster. 





The only thing you will get is a rogue browser plugin that can annoy your friends and possibly infect your computer system. 

Once you click the link on the Facebook wall post, it will takes you to the page that shows a "bit.ly" link and automatically redirects you to the external website. If you continue and complete the installation, you are likely spreading the very same scam message to your friends. 

In case you have installed the rogue browser plugin, ask your FB friends to remove the scam message by clicking the small “X” located in the top right hand corner of the post on their wall. Then, on your end, run a complete system virus scan on your machine to make sure the scam code didn’t infect your personal computer. And finally, don't forget to uninstall the rogue add-on from your web browser. 

Once again, please share this "FB warning message" to your FB friends to help them stay safe. Only install add-ons, plugins or other downloads from reliable, trusted sources.



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Sunday, December 4, 2011

Top 40 Most-Shared Stories on Facebook for 2011



Facebook recently revealed the 40 most shared articles of 2011. Most of the stories range from cute to thought provoking that relates to parenting or families, viral videos and about Steve Jobs.






See the complete list here courtesy of FACEBOOK

1. Satellite Photos of Japan, Before and After the Quake and Tsunami (New York Times)

2. What teachers really want to tell parents (CNN)

3. No, your zodiac sign hasn't changed (CNN)

4. Parents, don't dress your girls like tramps (CNN)

5. (video) - Father Daughter Dance Medley (Yahoo)

6. At funeral, dog mourns the death of Navy SEAL killed in Afghanistan (Yahoo)

7. You'll freak when you see the new Facebook (CNN)

8. Dog in Japan stays by the side of ailing friend in the rubble (Yahoo)

9. Giant crocodile captured alive in Philippines (Yahoo)

10. New Zodiac Sign Dates: Ophiuchus The 13th Sign? (The Huffington Post)

11. Parents keep child’s gender under wraps (Yahoo)

12. How to Talk to Little Girls (The Huffington Post)

13. Stop Coddling the Super-Rich (New York Times)

14. Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior (Wall Street Journal)

15. (video) - Twin Baby Boys Have A Conversation! (Yahoo)

16. Man robs bank to get medical care in jail (Yahoo)

17. Why You're Not Married (The Huffington Post)

18. A Sister’s Eulogy for Steve Jobs (New York Times)

19. Ryan Dunn Dead: 'Jackass' Star Dies In Car Crash (The Huffington Post)

20. Scientists warn California could be struck by winter ‘superstorm’ (Yahoo)

21. Notes From a Dragon Mom (New York Times)

22. A Message to Women From a Man: You Are Not "Crazy" (The Huffington Post)

23. Obama’s and Bush’s effects on the deficit in one graph (Washington Post)

24. Penn State, my final loss of faith (Washington Post)

25. Golden-Voiced Homeless Man Captivates Internet (Yahoo)

26. The most typical face on the planet (Yahoo)

27. Widespread destruction from Japan earthquake, tsunamis (CNN)

28. Permissive parents: Curb your brats (CNN)

29. A father's day wish: Dads, wake the hell up!(CNN)

30. (video) - Laughing Baby Loves Ripping Paper! (Yahoo)

31. Epic Cover Letter: How To Get Hired For Your Dream Job (PICTURE) (The Huffington Post)

32. New Zodiac sign dates: Don't switch horoscopes yet (Washington Post)

33. Things Babies Born in 2011 Will Never Know (Yahoo)

34. The Psychology of Revenge: Why We Should Stop Celebrating Osama Bin Laden's Death (The Huffington Post)

35. (photo gallery) - ‘Where Children Sleep’ (New York Times)

36. Quake moved Japan coast 8 feet, shifted Earth's axis (CNN)

37. Steve Jobs, Apple founder, dies (CNN)

38. China's latest craze: dyeing pets to look like other wild animals (CNN)

39. Grant Hill’s Response to Jalen Rose (New York Times)

40. Steve Jobs’s Patents (New York Times)




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Sunday, November 20, 2011

IT'S NOT TRUE! Facebook CEO Blames Porn Attack on the Philippines



There have been messages circulating around the internet after the November 2011 Facebook porn attack that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has issued a statement blaming the recent FB porn attacks on the Philippines:








The porn attacks originated in the Philippines and are being published by Filipinos all over Facebook, our experts here at Facebook are doing everything they can to stop it from spreading any further (outside the Philippines) and to eliminate the porn and spam threat completely which have been causing other Facebook users ‘a hard time’. Filipinos should also be vigilant and report any spam links and pornographic materials. 41% of Facebook members around the world are aged 12-17 years old, we cannot them be exposed to this kinds of things through Facebook. If this continues and more spams keep being posted, we will have no choice but to ban Philippine users from using Facebook. We at Facebook will not tolerate outlandish behavior and indecency.

-Mark Zuckerberg – CEO of Facebook



According to hoax-slayer.com, the message is an absurd hoax and should not be reposted. Mark Zuckerberg has made no such statement. Nor has anyone else from Facebook. There are no credible news reports that support the claims in the message in any way whatsoever.

Media reports do indicate that the team dedicated to investigating the attack has identified those responsible but has not yet named them. At the time of writing, Facebook has not stated where in the world the attackers are located. But, even if some or all of these attackers did happen to be in the Philippines, then Facebook would certainly not be so foolish and discriminatory as to ban the entire nation from using their network. The claim is simply ridiculous.

It is so far unclear where this silly rumour originated. Spreading this nonsense will cause unwarranted concern and alarm among Filipino users as well as add to the general confusion and paranoia regarding the recent attack. It may also cause other users to unfairly lay the blame for the porn attack on the Philippines.


Please do everyone a favor and please ignore this hoax, do not repost if you come across it. If someone sends it to you, please take a moment to tell them that the message is definitely a hoax.



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Important Tips for Staying Secure on Facebook (A Must Read for all FB users)



Here are the simple but effective top tips released by Facebook’s Security Center to keep your Facebook accounts safe and secure.







1 Only Friend people you know.
2 Create a good password and use it only for Facebook.
3 Don’t share your password.
4 Change your password on a regular basis. I suggest every month.
5 Share your personal information only with people and companies that need it.
6 Log into Facebook only ONCE each session. If it looks like Facebook is asking you to log in a second time, skip the links and directly type https://www.facebook.com/ into your browser address bar.
7 Use a one-time password when using someone else’s computer.
8 Log out of Facebook after using someone else’s computer.
9 Use secure browsing whenever possible.
10 Only download Apps from sites you trust.
11 Keep your anti-virus software updated.
12 Keep your browser and other applications up to date.
13 Don’t paste script (code) in your browser address bar.
14 Use browser add-ons like Web of Trust and Firefox’s NoScript to keep your account from being hijacked.
15 Beware of “goofy” posts from anyone—even Friends. If it looks like something your Friend wouldn’t post, don’t click on it.
16 Scammers might hack your Friends’ accounts and send links from their accounts. Beware of enticing links coming from your Friends.

You can also download the full guide at Facebook’s Security Center or simply click this link: A GUIDE TO FACEBOOK SECURITY




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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

FACEBOOK Users badly HIT by hardcore PORN IMAGES!!



An increasing number of Facebook users reporting that their news feed have been flooded with hardcore pornography and explicit content. It was noticed that the spread of such content started last week, and now were being shared across the social network without user’s knowledge, turning Facebook somewhat like a porn site making its users upset and disgusted.






Facebook admitted that they are aware of users reporting a huge flood of unwanted images depicting pornography and acts of violence. Although, all fingers are now pointing out to Anonymous hackers group but still not clear yet as of this posting on who is behind this attack.

Here’s the statement from Facebook:

“Protecting the people who use Facebook from spam and malicious content is a top priority for us and we are always working to improve our systems to isolate and remove material that violates our terms. We have recently experienced an increase in reports and we are investigating and addressing the issue.”

Because of this malicious attack, some facebook users are posting the following warning messages on their respective walls:

ATTENTION!!!

The hackers have already entered in Facebook and they are putting unwanted videos or pictures to your name in the walls or profiles of your friends without you knowing it. You dont see it,,but other people can see it. As if these were a publication that you made…so if you receive something from me about a video, ..its not mine..i wouldn’t disrespect my friends in anyway ! …copy this on your wall..it is the security of our own image..


In the meantime, if you think your Facebook account has been hacked by posting any content which you think you might have not shared, then it is highly recommended to do the following steps:

1. Change your Facebook password

2. Check and remove unwanted / suspicious Facebook applications





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Saturday, October 15, 2011

CityVille remains the Most POPULAR GAME on FACEBOOK


image credit: Zynga

Zynga developed CityVille still remains the most popular games on Facebook to this day since its released date on December 2 last year, according to AppData, an independent application traffic tracking service of Inside Network.








The game began a hit to Facebook users and rocketing up the charts about a week or two after it was announced. As of this posting, the online game has over 76 million active users and counting.

How to play this FB social game City Ville? Instead of building up a farm by plowing virtual fields, planting e-seeds and raising digital livestock in FarmVille, the new CityVille game is different, where you and your friends can build the city of your dreams. The players guide a settlement from a one-horse town to a sprawling metropolis by paving roads, setting up businesses and keeping an eye on the municipal coffers.

Here's the current stat's of the Facebook Games and Applications:

#FB Games/Applications Active Users
1 CityVille76,700,000.00
2 The Sims Social64,400,000.00
3 Static HTML: iframe tabs61,200,000.00
4 Adventure World39,400,000.00
5 FarmVille34,900,000.00
6 Texas HoldEm Poker31,600,000.00
7 Bing28,100,000.00
8 BandPage by RootMusic27,600,000.00
9 21 questions27,200,000.00
10 Empires & Allies25,600,000.00
11 MyCalendar - Birthdays22,900,000.00
12 Windows Live Messenger22,000,000.00
13 Yahoo!20,600,000.00
14 iwipa: HTML + iframe + FBML16,600,000.00
15 Gardens of Time14,100,000.00



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Thursday, October 6, 2011

Facebook Warning: SCAMMERS exploited STEVE JOBS death



While the world mourned the loss of Steve Jobs, known as the former CEO and co-founder of Apple and Pixar, Facebook scammers has its own agenda by taking advantage on Job's death.









The bogus link tricks the users with it's tempting messages claiming that free iPads are being given away "in memory of Steve Jobs" but then goes on to get you to complete online surveys to "qualify" but apparently the chances to receive a free iPad is pretty unlikely.

According to nakedsecurity blog, the link has been clicked by more than 15,000 people already which was set up within hours of Steve Jobs's death first being announced. They also warned Facebook users to always take extra careful when clicking any links.

Here's the scam we have seen on Facebook:




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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Is Facebook '15 year old girl..Chain Letter' True or Not?



The Facebook 'chain letter' reads:

15 year old girl holds hands with her 1 year old son. People call her a "slut", no one knows she was raped at age 14. People call another guy "fat", no one knows he has a serious disease causing him to be overweight. People call an old man "ugly", no one knows he experienced a serious injury to his face while fighting for our country in the war. Re-post this if you are against bullying and stereotyping. I bet 88 of you won't,the other 22 arent heartless and will.


Hi, my name is Amy Bruce. I am 7 years old, and I have severe lung cancer . I also have a large tumor in my brain, from repeated beatings. Doctors say I will die soon if this isn't fixed, and my family can't pay the bills. The Make A Wish Foundation, has agreed to donate 7 cents for every time this message is sent on. For those of you who send this along, I thank you so much, but for those who don't send it, what goes around comes around. Have a Heart. Put this as your status.








This has been flagged as spam and hoax!! According to Hoax-Slayer, the claims in the message are completely false. The message is nothing more than a Facebook driven version of a very old hoax that has circulated via email since 1999.

There is no evidence that the "Amy Bruce" featured in the hoax message ever existed. Moreover, the Make-A-Wish Foundation has denied any involvement in such an absurd fundraising scheme.

Here's the press release from Make-A-Wish Foundation:

Each day, the Make-A-Wish Foundation and its chapters receive hundreds of inquiries about chain letters claiming to be associated with the Foundation and featuring sick children. However, we do not participate in these kinds of wishes. Some names associated with these wishes are: Amirtha, Jessie Anderson, Shane Bernier, Matt Dawson, Chad Briody , Amy Bruce, Jeff DeLeon, Rhyan Desquetado, Anthony Hebrank, LaNisha Jackson, Nikisha Johnson, Craig Sheldon, Craig Shelford, Craig Shelton, Craig Sheppard, Craig Shergold, Bryan Warner and Kayla Wightman.

Any message that makes such an utterly absurd claim is certain to be a hoax and should not be reposted.

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Sunday, September 25, 2011

Is Facebook 'Charging Chain Letter' that Spreads Online True or Not?



The Facebook 'chain letter' reads thus:

IT IS OFFICIAL. IT WAS EVEN ON THE NEWS. FACEBOOK WILL START CHARGING DUE TO THE NEW PROFILE CHANGES. IF YOU COPY THIS ON YOUR WALL YOUR ICON WILL TURN BLUE AND FACEBOOK WILL BE FREE FOR YOU. PLEASE PASS THIS MESSAGE ON, IF NOT YOUR ACCOUNT WILL BE DELETED IF YOU DO NOT PAY











Due to fear of being charged monthly, some Facebook users have started re-posting this ridiculous chain letter on their respective walls, and more than that encouraging their friends and family to do the same, claiming that Facebook will start charging before midnight tonight.

First, let me clarify that it was clearly stated on Facebook registration form - "It's free and always will be". If the amended agreement is disadvantageous to the user like this, Facebook must offically inform their users perhaps for at least 30 days of grace period in advance.


Second, it's a known fact that Facebook is a MULTI-BILLION DOLLAR company and I don't think they will suddenly make this critical move and take a chance of losing some of it's half-billion users worlwide.

Third, there's no link to any supporting evidence to the claim. We’ve heard similar rumors in the past, all are proven untrue.

According to Sophos Naked Security senior technology consultant Graham Cluley in his blog, there's no truth about Facebook charging its users for accessing the site and the announcement has *not* been on the news. He believes that someone has started the chain letter as a piece of mischief - curious as to how many people they could fool into posting the message onto their Facebook pages.

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Friday, September 2, 2011

Warning: Email Scams Targeting Facebook Users (Read Bogus Email)


According to sophos, more than 750 million Facebook active users are at risk of this latest bogus emails appearing to be from Facebook.

The message appears to be legitimate and can be deceiving as it notifies FB users that they had lost a message from one of their Facebook friends. However, once you click the link, you're redirected to a Canadian pharmacy site trying to pimp drugs after entering your Facebook username and password. With this, your FB account has been hijacked by the hackers and anytime soon will spread the bogus emails to your friends.

Here's one of the scam emails:

image credit: sophos

Lastly, if you are not sure about the link sources in your email or in your wall, I advise you not to click it. Please share this warning to your friends before they fall for tricks like this.



Friday, August 19, 2011

Important Tips for Staying Secure on Facebook (A Must Read for all FB users)


Here are the simple but effective top tips released by Facebook’s Security Center to keep your Facebook accounts safe and secure.

Source: www.facebook.com

1 Only Friend people you know.
2 Create a good password and use it only for Facebook.
3 Don’t share your password.
4 Change your password on a regular basis.
5 Share your personal information only with people and companies that need it.
6 Log into Facebook only ONCE each session. If it looks like Facebook is asking you to log in a second time, skip the links and directly type www.facebook.com into your browser address bar.
7 Use a one-time password when using someone else’s computer.
8 Log out of Facebook after using someone else’s computer.
9 Use secure browsing whenever possible.
10 Only download Apps from sites you trust.
11 Keep your anti-virus software updated.
12 Keep your browser and other applications up to date.
13 Don’t paste script (code) in your browser address bar.
14 Use browser add-ons like Web of Trust and Firefox’s NoScript to keep your account from being hijacked.
15 Beware of “goofy” posts from anyone—even Friends. If it looks like something your Friend wouldn’t post, don’t click on it.
16 Scammers might hack your Friends’ accounts and send links from their accounts. Beware of enticing links coming from your Friends.

You can also download the full guide at Facebook’s Security Center or simply click this link: A GUIDE TO FACEBOOK SECURITY



Thursday, July 14, 2011

Facebook Warning: Don't click fake "Google+ - Get Invite" app - It's a BIG SCAM!


Many Facebook users reportedly received an app called 'Google+ - Get Invite' that claims to offer immediate access to Google's beta version of social networking site Google+. As we all know that Google+ has been launched few weeks back and is currently under field-test.

At this point in time, however, users will have to wait until Google+ is available or have to be invited by a current Google+ user before they can sign up for a new Google Plus account. So, there is no short cut or tricks to get into Google Plus Invite!

Recently, scammers and spammers are taking advantage of the hype and security experts warned facebook users about a fake Google+ Invite Facebook app as it's purely a scam and it may lead users into trouble. The fake application, Google Plus Direct Access like every normal Facebook apps seeks permission to access your personal data.




Check out screenshots of the app:

Here's the sample of the wall post link.



And,





Clicking the wall post link takes you to the following Facebook page:






Next, it requires you to install the rogue Facebook application as shown below and seeks permission to access your personal data.



By clicking the "Allow" button will give the scammers and spammers full access to your personal account and they are free to do whatever they wishes like post content to your wall in your name, post content on your friends' walls, access your personal information when you're offline, and more.






Friday, July 8, 2011

Facebook Video Calling Setup Easy Guide / Simple Steps (With Pictures)

Follow the steps to set up your Facebook Video Chat powered by Skype.











1. Click the FACEBOOK VIDEO CALLING SETUP link below:

CLICK HERE: FACEBOOK VIDEO CALLING SETUP




2. Click Get Started button.




3. Select a friend to call (just try to pick one in order to proceed with the installation of the Facebook Video Calling plugin).



4. Then, click the camera icon (video call button) appears at the top of chat windows (see screenshot).


5. Facebook will ask you to setup video call. Click Set Up button to download the Facebook Video Calling plugin.



6. Facebook will install plugins to your browser. You can see the message prompt and please click the FacebookVideoCallSetup.EXE file.



7. Click Run button to install the plugin or save the file and execute later.



8. Message prompt will appear:



9. Now, after completing the installation you will notice that facebook will activate your video call feature. You are now ready to place a call to your facebook friends. Just click Okay button to clear the message prompt.



How to make a call?

1. Simply go to your friend lists and select a friend to call.



2. Click the camera icon (video call button) appears at the top of chat windows (see screenshot) to initiate a call to your friend.



3. Now you are connecting to your friend...calling...









Friday, July 1, 2011

BitDefender Launch Safego Application for Facebook Virus (Infected Links) Protection

Source: BitDefender

Through a simple interface, the BitDefender safego application checks the user’s privacy levels and identifies personal information that’s visible to strangers. It also scans the user’s wall, message inbox and comments for malicious links and compromised shared content like videos and pictures so that you and your PC don't get into e-trouble. An efficient BitDefender spam repellent also helps keep your message flow free from this kind of blah-blah.

According to Bitdefender, an award-winning provider of innovative internet security solutions, a total of 340,000 infected items were detected since the beginnings of Safego – namely more than 4.5 per user, on the average.

By installing the BitDefender safego app, users will receive:

Privacy protection – users are warned when they should modify their Facebook privacy settings so personal information isn’t exposed

Automatic scanning –users simply press the “scan now” button to get a snapshot of their Facebook security status

24/7 protection – Facebook accounts are protected even when users are not logged in to Facebook
Protection for friends – users will have the ability to warn their friends about infected links in their Facebook accounts




For additional information on BitDefender safego, please visit the BitDefender safego app page CLICK HERE<<

To learn more about BitDefender’s award winning technology, please visit BitDefender



Thursday, June 30, 2011

Steps on how to STOP spammers and scammers from contacting you via your Facebook inbox

It has already been known the fact that most spammers and scammers simply gaining a free access to your Facebook Messages inbox by delivering personal and suggestive emails.

I did some research on how to stop getting unnecessary junk emails in my inbox. Here are the steps:









1. In the top right corner, click "ACCOUNT" then "PRIVACY SETTINGS".



2. Look at the "Connecting on Facebook" section at the top of this page and click on the "View Settings" link.



3. Then, find the "Send you messages" (third item from the top) and set this to "Friends Only" or "Friends of Friends". This will prevent spammers and scammers from sending you junk mails in your Facebook Message inbox.




Friday, June 3, 2011

Watch this Video: Grandma Got a Facebook

Yourfavoritemartian posted “Grandma Got A Facebook” about two days ago on YouTube, and already near 3 million people have viewed it out.

Watch this video and let us know what you think about the comedic cartoon footage.


Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Facebook Virus Warning: 'BBC News - Osama Bin Laden Death Video!' is a SCAM!

Osama Bin Laden death video scams and malwares spreads virally on Facebook. Scammers have already begun to take advantage of Osama bin Laden's death such as: “Osama bin Laden Killed (leaked video)” and “BBC News - Osama Bin Laden Death Video!

Like most facebook virus messages and wall posts, this Osama Bin Laden's death video scam have interesting links and topics that FB users are tempted to click. They are pretending to be BBC News and playing to the curiosity of Facebook users.

Therefore, don't click any of these links and try to submit into this kind of 'spam' otherwise you are now spamming your friends with the scammer's message. And also if you downloaded files or games while completing the survey scam, then your computer could very well be infected with a virus.

Be alert!

Monday, May 2, 2011

Do You Suffer From Facebook Addiction Disorder or FAD? Check HERE!

photo courtesy of AllFacebook.com
I was browsing the pages of AllFacebook.com online when I stumbled upon this very interesting article about the Facebook Addiction Disorder or FAD.

According to the author,Ruth Manuel-Logan, you won’t find Facebook Addiction Disorder in a medical textbook, but more and more folks are finding it harder and harder to stay away from the social network.

A few experts have thrown around the figure of some 350 million FAD sufferers — about half of Facebook’s total membership log on at least once a day.

Take the following quick test and see if you might be certifiable -- CLICK HERE<<

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