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The Age Technology section today reports on an Australian, and possibly world first. A default judgement in a case where the defendant did not turn up to court was allowed to be communicated via facebook. Master Harper [of the ACT Supreme Court] ordered that the defendants in the case could be validly served by the plaintiff sending a message by computer to the Facebook pages of...

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In the largest judgement ever made under the U.S. CAN-SPAM Act of 2004, California based social networking site Facebook has been awarded US$873 million in damages against a Canadian Facebook user, Adam Guerbuez who owns the company Atlantis Blue Capital. The judgement comes as a result of more than 4 million bogus Facebook messages from members' profiles being sent by Atlantis Blue Capital. Many of the...

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Facebook announced on their blog yesterday that they have now integrated searches on Live.com into the Facebook search box for all US residents. This is a further extension of thepartnership Facebook has with Microsoft that dates back to 2006 when Microsoft first started displaying their ads on the social networking site. We're always working on innovative ways to make your experience on Facebook more useful. Toward...

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According to SMH, the creator of US TV drama The West Wing, Aaron Sorkin, has signed on with Sony to write a film about the controversial origins of Facebook.  The movie is said to be an adaptation of an upcomming book release called "Face Off" that depicts the back story, including the well-known controversial claims that Facebook's founder Mark Zuckerberg stol the idea from classmates...

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At the annual Facebook conference for developers, Facebook has revealed its new features to extend its online presence and to maintain its relationship with recent developers of the popular social networking site. Facebook has also revealed its new design as well as "a wave of social Web sites built on top of the information users give to social networks." More importantly, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's chief...

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Back in February, Facebook's design team went to work on an overhaul to the 70 million user strong layout of the social networking site.  The action came at the right time, as the once clean and simple layout that attracted users and helped with the site's explosive growth has slowly but surely become overrun with viral applications displaying all sorts of information and images in...

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Facebook is said to be nearing a settlement with the ConnectU.com crowd over allegations that Facebook's concept was stolen from Harvard Students that Mark Zuckerberg the CEO once flatted with. No one is commenting on the situation, but it is believed that a payout will be near to get the case out of the media. Who thinks that Mark stole the Facebook concept? For more information please see...

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A company called Vivaty, a start-up in Menlo Park, California, has created a 3D virtual chat room that users can add to their social networking profile pages. The release of this function is part of a progressive move that is seeing many more hours spent on programs such as Facebook and MySpace. This will be no ordinary chat room, it will be a virtual space which will...

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Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-Shing originally invested $60 Million dollars US in the Facebook startup. It is now reported that he has added an additional $60 Million to make his total investment $120 Million in Facebook. Facebook is still valued at $15 Billion US since Li Ka-Shing's initial investment, taking his ownings percentage to 0.8%, which is exactly half of what Microsoft own in Facebook. Big things...

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