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facebook divorce

ShareFacebook have indulged in our life in such a way that it has ruined a lot of relationships and troubled countless individuals. This article is not only for those people who do not use Facebook willingly or unwillingly, but it is especially for those who take Facebook as a vital part of their daily activities. Undue involvement and excessive use of social networks has led to provide surplus proofs in divorce cases. According to the telegraph Facebook is cited in one out of every five divorce petitions. Also we reported last year that 20% Divorces in UK cited Facebook.

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facebook mobile application

ShareUK newspaper The Sunday Times reported that Facebook is accessing smartphone users text messages who have downloading facebook application installed on their mobile phone. Important thing is that Facebook didn’t denied the report and admitted that Facebook is reading mobile phone users private text messages as a part of testing phase of their own messaging service. Facebook is planning to launch a messaging service very soon.

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Facebook Ordered to Banned in Pakistan

ShareFacebook has finally met its fate in a judgment passed by Lahore high court. Justice Azmat Saeed ordered the Ministry of Telecom and Information Technology to block the social networking website, Facebook for maintaining content of religious discrimination. According to news published in Pakistan today, there was a petition demanding the ban on Facebook for holding notorious competition based on blasphemous caricatures on May 20, 2011. The court has ordered the government to disabled Facebook or ban Facebook and deliver a compliance report by October 6, 2011. This is being rightfully done to a social networking site that supports religious discrimination. A Similar event took place an year back with consequences that followed to temporarily restrict access to Facebook in Pakistan. Either the mistake is somehow repeated or intentionally done because Facebook Platform Policies clearly state: You will not post content that: is hateful, threatening, or pornographic; incites violence; or contains nudity or graphic or gratuitous violence. Even if the Facebook administrators failed to see it the first time, how come they not notice it when the competition was intentionally held again after a period of one year? The administrators have the complete control to remove any controversial material being…

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