Social networking sites
A new move by Google to boost its search results has angered some of its Google+ users over privacy and has competitors calling it an unfair advantage.
Google+ had an initial spike in users when they made the site available without invitation, but since then traffic has dropped by 60 percent.
Fair warning to people who might be filing a false insurance claim, as insurance companies are now scouring social networking sites for evidence of fraud.
A new survey conducted by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers found that one in five divorce cases filed nationwide cited the Palo Alto-based website Facebook as the reason for divorce.
In a sign of the companies’ divergent fortunes, MySpace said Thursday it will let its users log in to their Facebook accounts through their MySpace page.
Social networking sites like Twitter are expecting heavier than normal traffic on Election Day.