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Sometimes oversharing on the internet does more than just annoy your friends. It can even land you in jail
Hint: It involves ads
Facebook is finally earning money from smartphone apps, but the price tag of success has investors running for cover
The social network beefs up its messaging app on the iPhone
Mark Zuckerberg and Co. reveal a powerful tool to (perhaps) rival Google
To celebrate passing the 1-billion-user mark, the social network releases an oddball of an ad that's intended to prompt awe, but is unleashing mockery instead
If the social network were a country, it would be the world's third largest
You (probably) wouldn't curse at your neighbor to his face... so why do it on Facebook? Elizabeth Bernstein at The Wall Street Journal explains
The social network makes a play for your credit card by encouraging users to send flowers, cupcakes, and gift cards to friends
The social network gets a much-needed vote of confidence from its chief executive, whose first public remarks in months halt a share price slide
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