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Is Facebook Kosher?

Jerusalem Post – “Haredi women are turning to the Internet to build their businesses, which is raising questions about the “kosher” use of social-media tools. “Today you can’t run a business without the usage of a computer and the Internet world,” Rebbetzin Holly Pavlov, founder and director of She’arim College of Jewish Studies for Women in Jerusalem, said Wednesday. “Social media is part of marketing and branding, but it opens an array of dangers.”

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Indicted Cop Tests Facebook’s Privacy Rights

Courthouse News – “A judge is weighing whether Facebook’s right to privacy trumps a man’s rights to discovery for his defense in a criminal trial. At issue is a motion from the attorney for former St. Louis City police Officer Bryan Pour, who authorities say used his department-issued pistol to shoot Jeffrey Bladdick in a bar parking lot. The motion seeks disclosure from Facebook of 23 individual user profiles and the actions of a Facebook group called “Jeff Bladdick is a bulletproof badass” going back to the day before the Nov. 9, 2008 incident.”

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Facebook CEO Says Privacy Is No Longer a Concern

Top Tech News – “Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says privacy is no longer a “social norm.” Casting himself as a prophet and ignoring Facebook’s privacy battles, Zuckerberg boasted that Facebook anticipated users would want to share info. Zuckerberg told the Crunchies that “we decided these would be the social norms now and we just went for it.”

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Facebook Privacy in Transition – But Where is it Heading?

Daily Kos – “The next time you log onto Facebook, you’ll be thinking about privacy: how private are your photos, friends, status updates, and personal details, and how public do you actually want them to be?”

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Google and Facebook teach Vatican the mysteries of the internet

Telegraph – “Two very different worlds collide this week when web-savvy executives of Google, Facebook, YouTube and Wikipedia meet representatives of the Vatican to explain the mysteries of the internet.”

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