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Facebook, Google & Microsoft launch govt privacy petitions
Tech giants Facebook, Google and Microsoft have released statements requesting greater transparency when it comes to gathering public data.
Kiwis float like a butterfly but get stung on social media
New Zealand is an outgoing nation of social butterflies but gets itself into a flap with online security…
Has social media #ruinedyourlife...?
There are many among us who have ruined their reputations and damaged their careers after posting inappropriate material on social networks...
It pays to know who your Facebook Friends are...
It doesn’t matter that I don’t have a friend called Ana Scott, she tagged me and so I am curious...
Facebook discloses NZ govt data requests…
Social networking giant reveals official government requests for Kiwi data during the first six months of the year...
Can new Facebook app stop young suicides?
R U OK? app aims to help more young people reflect on the difference that conversations can make to friends who might be struggling.
Zuckerberg issues five billion friend requests
In an audacious effort to unite the world online, Facebook founder launches internet.org, designed to expand global internet access.
Oracle Cloud Day: Kiwis top global social usage
Live from the Oracle Cloud Day in Auckland, Futurist and Entrepreneur Ross Dawson tells the audience "we are connected. And isn't that a fantastic thi
Instagram video? We heard it on the Twitter Vine
So far winning the social media battle, but not necessarily the war, the prospect of video features in Instagram should come as no surprise.
Ex-Google exec becomes first Facebook CMO
Social networking site hires former Motorola Mobility advisor to expand the company brand, becoming the first Chief Marketing Officer at the firm.
Microsoft joins the party… slams NZ Telco bill
Joining fellow tech giants Facebook and Google, Microsoft publicly questions the Telecommunications (Interception Capability and Security) Bill, believing it to be a threat to New Zealand's IT industry.
I taunted the law on Facebook… and the law won
A 'catch me if you can' boast on a police Facebook page led to one stupid shoplifter being arrested. Funny that.
Imagining a world with NO technology…
Take a look what happens when a few technophiles unplug and take a holiday away from Twitter, Facebook, MySpace and even email…
Is Facebook trending in the right direction?
Coming off a poor run of results post IPO, the story of Facebook’s Q2 results is one of progress, regeneration and strategic investment.
Stocks are rising…Facebook's capitalising
Ads, Ads, and yes, more Ads as social networking site smashes financial expectations with over one million advertisers now on board.
Would you pay $10 for no Facebook ads?
Social media giant is due to report its Q2 results today with eyes fixed on advertising revenue. But would you pay for an ads-free experience each month?
Facebook For Every Phone App hits 100m users
Facebook's quest to be on every mobile phone in the world took a step forward this week, with 100 million people using Facebook For Every Phone each month.
Facebook pushes Kiwi SMB success
Social networking giant introduces the Small Business Accelerator Program, designed to help Kiwi small businesses fast-track their path to success on Facebook.
How I teach my Mother... Facebook
My mother joined Facebook about a year ago. She’s not actually that bad at it...
Facebook slams NZ spying law
Social networking giant seeks an exemption over government proposals which could see over two million Kiwis spied on by authorities.
NZ firm slammed for Facebook “retard” post
After referring to a person with Down syndrome as a "retard", the Advertising Standards Authority blasts Mairangi Bay's Platinum Wheels for Facebook slur.
Facebook cuts sex and violence ads
In a bid to keep marketers sweet, social networking site is axing adverts on pages containing sexual or violent content.
Oh no…not another Facebook breach
Privacy leak in Facebook's Android app, sending users' phone numbers over the internet to Facebook servers simply by launching the app.
Facebook bug exposes 6 million users
Social networking giant admits private contact information of six millions users was made accidentally accessible due to a security flaw on the website.