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    Margaret Rouse8,525 pointsBadges:
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    Facebook users would consider switching banks to obtain Web 2.0 banking services.

    ComputerWeekly2,885 pointsBadges:
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    KarlFl401,455 pointsBadges:
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    cmcdonald2580 pointsBadges:
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    Facebook's director of security operations says women can have successful careers in information security, and more diversity can help shift the playing field toward security defenders rather than attackers.

    Eric Parizo2,935 pointsBadges:
  • Facebook to boost Internet.org with UK drone

    Facebook is ready to test a UK-developed drone that is designed to fly in a circle with a radius of about 1.8 miles and provide internet coverage for an area with a radius of 30 miles

    WAshford3,840 pointsBadges:
  • Facebook confirms mobile ad success, but profits dip

    Despite the better than expected second-quarter results, Facebook's share price fell by 5.4% in after-hours trading before rallying

    WAshford3,840 pointsBadges:
  • Why Facebook and the NSA love graph databases

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    ITKE366,930 pointsBadges:
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    A mysterious hacker group has hit a number of major U.S. companies with the intent of committing industrial espionage, according to new security research reports.

    ITKE366,930 pointsBadges:
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    Brian Holak805 pointsBadges:

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