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  2. List of Facebook features - Wikipedia

    Facebook is a social network service website launched on February 4, 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg.The following is a list of software and technology features that can be found on the Facebook website and mobile app and are available to users of the social media site.

  3. Criticism of Facebook - Wikipedia

    Facebook has been criticized heavily for 'tracking' users, even when logged out of the site. Australian technologist Nik Cubrilovic discovered that when a user logs out of Facebook, the cookies from that login are still kept in the browser, allowing Facebook to track users on websites that include "social widgets" distributed by the social ...

  4. Facebook Platform - Wikipedia

    Facebook uses iframes to allow third-party developers to create applications that are hosted separately from Facebook, but operate within a Facebook session and are accessed through a user's profile. Since iframes essentially nest independent websites within a Facebook session, their content is distinct from Facebook formatting.

  5. WhatsApp - Wikipedia

    The Commission said that in 2014 when Facebook acquired the messaging app, it "falsely claimed it was technically impossible to automatically combine user information from Facebook and WhatsApp." However, in the summer of 2016, WhatsApp had begun sharing user information with its parent company, allowing information such as phone numbers to be ...

  6. Censorship of Facebook - Wikipedia

    Facebook was blocked until 31 May 2010 after a competition page encouraged users to post drawings of Mohammad. The controversial page named "Draw Mohammad Day" had been created by a Facebook user in response to American cartoonist Molly Noris's protest to the decision of US television channel, Comedy Central to cancel an episode of the popular ...

  7. Captive portal - Wikipedia

    The web-based form either automatically opens in a web browser, or appears when the user opens a web browser and tries to visit any web page. In other words, the user is "captive" - unable to access the Internet freely until the user is granted access to the Internet and has "completed" the captive portal.

  8. Privacy concerns with social networking services - Wikipedia

    If a user clicked a specific ad in a page, Facebook will send the user address of this page to advertisers, which will directly lead to a profile page. In this case, it is easy to identify users' names. For example, Take With Me Learning is an app that allows teachers and students to keep track of their academic process.

  9. Purchase funnel - Wikipedia

    Similar to a purchase funnel, "conversion funnel" is a technical term used in e-commerce operations to describe the track a consumer takes through an Internet advertising or search system, navigating an e-commerce website and finally converting to a sale.