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Search Tags: Facebook
Dave Ross, commentator
Facebook is moving the boundaries of privacy again, with plans to give third-party developers permission to ask social network users for their home addresses and phone numbers.
A study out of a Scottish university indicates Facebook, the social media site designed to reconnect with old friends and make new ones, may be stressing users out.
The Air Force wants to create a whole unit of non-existent identities on social media sites.
How often do you post to Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites?
J.J. Green, WTOP's national security correspondent
A form of cyberbullying has become popular with teens in the WTOP listening area and law enforcement officers are taking action.
The federal government is no stranger to Facebook, Twitter, blogs and even photo-sharing sites like Flickr. Using those tools effectively is the subject of the Federal News Radio Discussion: Shouting from the Rooftops.
Tags: Federal Drive , panel discussion , social media , Twitter , Jennifer Gustetic , Phase One Consulting Group , Sheila Campbell , GSA , Haley Van Dyck , FCC , technology , management , Suzanne Kubota
The Arlington man charged with making a threat on Facebook to put explosives on Metro and blow up manholes in Georgetown wants to get out of jail until trial.
A federal judge will soon consider whether an employee was legally fired after she criticized her boss on Facebook.