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  2. Facebook real-name policy controversy - Wikipedia

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    The Facebook real-name policy controversy is a controversy over social networking site Facebook 's real-name system, which requires that a person use their legal name when they register an account and configure their user profile. [1] The controversy stems from claims by some users that they are being penalized by Facebook for using their real ...

  3. Fact-check: Can Facebook use your photos without your ... - AOL

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    Viral post claims Facebook can use your photo without permission and that you have to post a notice on your page to stop it. The viral post is wrong.

  4. Wikipedia:How to create a page - Wikipedia

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    Method 1: searching. Enter text in the search field that you seek to create as a page title. If the title you entered does not already exist, is not technically restricted and is not creation protected, the resulting page will i) tell you that it does not exist; ii) advise that you can create the page, and iii) will provide a red link to the ...

  5. Censorship of Facebook - Wikipedia

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    Algorithmic censorship. Online censorship by Facebook of algorithmic methods raises concerns including the surveillance of all instant communications and the use of machine learning systems with the potential for errors and biases. [10] Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's CEO and majority shareholder, published a memo on censorship.

  6. Rule of thirds - Wikipedia

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    Use. The rule of thirds is applied by aligning a subject with the guide lines and their intersection points, placing the horizon on the top or bottom line, or allowing linear features in the image to flow from section to section. The main reason for observing the rule of thirds is to discourage placement of the subject at the center, or prevent ...

  7. Acceptable use policy - Wikipedia

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    Acceptable use policy. An acceptable use policy ( AUP ), acceptable usage policy or fair use policy ( FUP) is a set of rules applied by the owner, creator, possessor or administrator of a computer network, website, or service that restricts the ways in which the network, website or system may be used and sets guidelines as to how it should be ...

  8. Facebook - Wikipedia

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    For example, when you play a game with your Facebook friends or use a Facebook Comment or Share button on a website, the game developer or website can receive information about your activities in the game or receive a comment or link that you share from the website on Facebook.

  9. Wikipedia:Policies and guidelines - Wikipedia

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    Manual of Style contents. v. t. e. Wikipedia's policies and guidelines are developed by the community to describe best practices, clarify principles, resolve conflicts, and otherwise further our goal of creating a free, reliable encyclopedia. There is no need to read any policy or guideline pages to start editing.