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  • Facebook feature aims to help prevent suicide

    Help is just a few clicks away on Facebook for people expressing suicidal thoughts. The social networking site launched a new feature today that enables users to connect with a …

  • Twitter simplifies in bid to engage more users

    Twitter is changing to address a paradox about a service that revolves around messages limited to just 140 characters. As simple as it sounds, the concept remains too confusing and …

  • Google takes new swing at social networking

    SAN FRANCISCO — Can Google Inc. make friends? The Internet search giant, whose goal is to organize information, will try to organize people with a social networking service designed to …

  • Nearly half of U.S. businesses have become anti-social

    Larry Soehren says his company, Kiemle & Hagood, recently faced the choice whether to block employee access to popular social networking sites such as Facebook. According to one survey, slightly …

  • Families finding mixed feelings about Facebook

    It used to be a dilemma only for college students. But these days, as middle- and no-longer-middle-age people flock to Facebook, it’s a question for the over-40 set, too: Sure, …

  • Idaho may bar jurors from using electronics

    LEWISTON – The Idaho Supreme Court’s criminal jury instruction committee is discussing guidelines that would prevent jurors from using electronic devices to post their thoughts or do research on cases. …

  • Can all that Twitters turn to gold amid the gloom?

    SAN FRANCISCO – Twitter Inc. has spawned a new way to communicate by limiting messages to 140 keystrokes. So here’s a way to describe the Internet’s latest craze within Twitter’s …


    When a teenager becomes another statistic of online abuse, people often blame the victim for not knowing the rules or ignoring common sense. Some blame also falls on parents, at …



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