Chris Hughes might buy 'TNR'.
The U.S. government's Internet habits are fairly predictable.
His family is using his favorite website to help find him.
Paul's The Revolution is top book among Huntsman's Facebook supporters.
Bet that's real popular with the wife/parents.
Another Facebook exchange, this time about Occupy Wall Street, appears to be less than becoming of the boys in blue.
Local politicians are speaking out against the department.
The Internet has located another little privacy slipup.
The Facebook group was open to the public until it disappeared.
The settlement includes some concessions and twenty years of privacy audits.
It could come in April or June of 2012.
It's like the six degrees of separation, but on Facebook.
Connecticut judge first to allow it.
Ilya Zhitomirskiy had been working to make a more privacy-oriented social network.
It's hard out here for white Olympian Harvard twins.
They've apparently just changed what they crawl for.
Mark Zuckerberg's sister is taking full advantage of her good luck.