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Pete Cashmore / Mashable!:
Facebook To Remove Exclusivity - Riots on the Way?   —  In a move that's sure to incense the few Facebook users who tolerated the new feeds feature, Facebook is planning to open up to the world and let anyone join, regardless of company or college membership.
Sep 12, 2006, 2:40 AMIn context
Facebook's “Privacy Trainwreck”: Exposure, Invasion, and Drama   —  Background: Facebook implemented a new feature called “News Feeds” that displays every action you take on the site to your friends.  You see who added who, who commented where, who removed their relationship status, who joined what group, etc.
Sep 9, 2006, 5:00 PMIn context
Michael Arrington / Techcrunch:
Facebook Retreats in Face of Student Revolt   —  If aren't familiar with the recent controversial changes at Facebook, read our posts here and here.  —  Two new related products were launched, News Feed and Mini Feed, which give Facebook users a quick view of what they and their friends are up to …
Sep 9, 2006, 1:20 AMIn context
Cameron Marlow / Overstated:
Privacy and transparency   —  Recently Facebook has introduced a few feature which has raised a lot of attention among users and bloggers.  This piece of the system, called the News Feed shows you activity of your contacts within Facebook.  If your friend posts to their blog, uploads a photo …
Sep 8, 2006, 4:44 AMIn context
Wall Street Journal:
New Facebook Features Have Members in an Uproar   —, the popular social-networking Web site for students, is suddenly getting the cold shoulder on campus.  —  On Tuesday, in an effort to make it easier for users to keep track of their friends, the fast-growing site rolled out two new features …
Sep 7, 2006, 2:20 PMIn context
Staci /
Some Users Find New Facebook Features “Creepy”   —  What happens when a social network gets too plugged in?  Facebook is finding out.  The site apparently thought it was offering a great feature when it launched a News Feed that shows all the comings and goings of a user's network.
Sep 6, 2006, 7:00 PMIn context
Michael Arrington / Techcrunch:
Facebook Users Revolt, Facebook Replies   —  There has been an overwhelmingly negative public response to Facebook's launch of two new products yesterday.  The products, called News Feed and Mini Feed, allow users to get a quick view of what their friends are up to, including relationship changes …
Sep 6, 2006, 7:45 AMIn context
Ruchi Sanghvi /
Facebook Gets a Facelift   —  You've probably noticed that Facebook looks different today.  We've added two cool features: News Feed, which appears on your homepage, and Mini-Feed, which appears in each person's profile.  —  News Feed highlights what's happening in your social circles on Facebook.
Sep 6, 2006, 4:49 AMIn context
Frank Gruber / Somewhat Frank:
FACEBOOK REDESIGN ANGERS STUDENTS OVER INVADED PRIVACY   —  Facebook launched a redesign today (September 5, 2006) which changed the layout of the homepage and introduced a few new features.  The Facebook redesign introduced, “News Feed” which on the surface appears to be an excellent feature.
Sep 6, 2006, 4:49 AMIn context
Michael Arrington / Techcrunch:
New Facebook Redesign More Than Aesthetic   —  Facebook launched two new features and a major design change tonight that affects all of their 9.5 million users.  The new products, called News Feed and Mini Feed, are designed to change what Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg calls Facebook's old …
Sep 5, 2006, 7:40 AMIn context

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