A fake Facebook page was involved.
The police found her "chained like an animal."
Facebook updates usually tend to be annoying and confusing, but this one might just be the first to be somewhat...
There a man life lessons to be learned from television series How I Met Your Mother -- from how to craft the perfect "get psyched" mixed CD, to finding out that nothing good happens after 2 a.m. However, my most recent favorite comes from the "Mystery vs. History" episode where Ted and his date promise not to do any secret research online about one another prior to their first date.
Right now, America is experiencing economic hardships. Times so tough that even our multi-million dollar making, jump shot shooting, around-the-rim slam dunking NBA ballers can’t even catch a break! Diehard fans worst nightmare has officially come to fruition: the NBA lock-out is here.
If you took our survey, you'll know that we asked you to define Facebook stalking. And you guys gave us weird, creepy, hilarious and wacky answers. We learned that some of you are really weird and will probably be arrested soon if you continue your stalking ways, and we learned that some of you are practically undercover detectives when it comes to finding info on your crushes and exes.
Seventeen continues to perturb me in ways that Glamour never has. I just can't get over the one-dimensional messages this magazine is sending to girls. Maybe my pearl-clutching is a little out of hand, but it makes me nervous that right there on the cover is the tagline "Hair & Makeup Ideas That Make You Instantly Prettier!" Like teenage girls don't face enough pressure in regards to conforming and being pretty in their every day lives.
Okay ladies, so here’s something you didn’t know. 80% of admissions officers are now using Facebook to learn more about their applicants, and that a student’s social media presence does in fact effect their decisions.
There was lots of Facebook drama in the news last week when we found out that the new Breakup Notifier was kicked off Facebook. Even though we thought this app was an amazing/creepy idea, it still didn't solve all of our Facebook woes. There’s still some work to be done -- and now that some space in the app market has cleared up, we had a few ideas of our own.
Here on CollegeCandy we spend a lot of time warning you ladies about keeping your Facebook private. Change your settings. Change them again. Now change them back. We try to keep up with Zuckerberg and the boys, but even we didn't think of this one, and trust me, you didn't either.
Thanks to some holes in Facebook security, it is possible for anyone (even if they're one of those weird people who don't have Facebook accounts...seriously, WHO ARE YOU PEOPLE?!) to search for anyone's status updates.
I, like every other college student, spend a fair amount of time on the 'book, from creating party events, to shameless stalking of ex boyfriends, and of course, rick rolling people like it's my job (never gonna give you up!). There's nothing wrong with that; I mean, that's what Facebook is for.
Who among us has never Facebook stalked? Anyone? Seriously, anyone? It's easy and mostly harmless, so we all do it a little bit sometimes to see how much less awesome your ex's new girlfriend is than you, or to find out if that cutie in you American Lit class is single (and into women). It's not a big deal, right? But when does it cross the line?