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‘Fakebooking’ – one third of a woman’s Facebook page is ‘spun’

One third of the content on the average woman’s Facebook page is ‘spun’, a new survey has revealed.  Millions of women now admit to editing and de-tagging pictures, changing ‘check-ins’ and sharing links that make them look intelligent or funny – even if they haven’t read them – to appear more interesting online. The results [...]


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Posted by Ben Harrow

Living your life like an open (face)book- one in three wish they’d kept things to themselves

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Millions of unsavvy social media users now have regrets over revealing too much information over the internet, research has revealed. The full extent of the damage done by eager social-media beavers has been collected in research by digital agency White Hat Media. Many of the ‘over sharers’ have been left red-faced after posting drunken photographs, [...]


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Face Crooks

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Eight out of ten Brits admit their social networking profiles are ‘fake’, it emerged yesterday. A study of 2,000 people found the average Facebook user carefully composes their profile – falsely painting a picture of an exciting social life, sophisticated tastes and glamorous photos. But 80 per cent confessed they have doctored photographs, linked to articles [...]


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Posted by James Coleman

‘Facebook Envy’ fuels holiday binge

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One in four Brits have booked an exotic holiday – after suffering from holiday envy over a friend’s foreign jaunt, a study revealed today. After viewing someone’s holiday snaps, listening to tales from the trip and even being kept updated via social networking websites, three quarters of people admit they often get hit by the [...]


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Posted by Dan Drage

Parents’ Facebook Fears

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More than half of parents snoop on their children’s online activity, a study revealed yesterday. Researchers found millions of mums and dads resort to checking up on their youngsters’ goings-on on Facebook, looking through sent emails, and scrutinising internet history. The study of 2,000 Brits found that 55 per cent of parents ‘keep an eye’ [...]


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