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Poll: Savage or Sensible - Marking something as free on Facebook Marketplace and then changing it to an actual price the second someone is interested in it

Savage
97% (35 votes)
Sensible
3% (1 vote)
Total votes: 36
Yesterday right before the show ended Breezy got a message on Facebook Marketplace that sent her into a tailspin. She was inquiring about an item that she found that said "free" and then the second she got a responds from the people they casually changed the discribtion to $145 DOLLARS! Naturally...
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Poll: Savage or Sensible - Telling Your Sob Story to Someone on Facebook Marketplace to Get a Better Deal

Savage
89% (16 votes)
Sensible
11% (2 votes)
Total votes: 18
Here's a message we got on Facebook... "I have a savage or sensible request! A few weeks ago, I was scrolling Facebook Marketplace and this woman posted an ad with a lot of items and asked interested buyers to message her for the prices. I sent her a message asking for the price on a small piece of...
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Facebook Rolling Out Free Video Chats for Groups Up to 50 People in Bid to Compete With Zoom

How is this social media platform gunning to take away users from Zoom?
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Poll: Savage or Sensible - To NOT go out of your way to invite people who aren't on Facebook to an event

SAVAGE
64% (16 votes)
SENSIBLE
36% (9 votes)
Total votes: 25
The perception is that EVERYONE is on Facebook...but the reality is that's just not true. This fact became a problem for one of Breezy and Corey's mutual friends recently when he was excluded from a surprise party because the host only invited people through Facebook. If you're throwing an event is...
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How to Stop Bots From Sending You Facebook Friend Requests

How to stop receiving fake Facebook friend requests.
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Facebook Has a New Name: FACEBOOK

Social media giant Facebook is changing the way its name looks, according to AV Club. The new typography features the word "Facebook" but with all capital letters. With the change, the company hopes to "be clearer about the products that come from Facebook," as opposed to its mobile app, according...
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We're Now Banned from Using the Eggplant and Peach Emojis in Sexual Ways on Facebook and Instagram

Looks like we're going to have to figure out some new, subtler emojis to represent our genitalia. Facebook and Instagram just enacted some new community standards and they're banning people from using, quote, "sexual emojis or emoji strings." In other words: Don't pair the eggplant emoji with the...
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Facebook to Allow Users to See, Control Personal Data Taken From Other Websites

Facebook announced Tuesday it will give users more control over the the data it tracks of their browsing habits on other websites and apps, what it calls "Off-Facebook Activity.” According to Reuters, the social media giant will introduce the new controls in Ireland, South Korea and Spain before...
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People Who Ask on Facebook to Donate to a Charity Instead of Getting Them a Gift Are Thirsty AF

Don’t misconstrue this as being anti charity, because I’m not. I’ve raised money or donated my money/time to The Special Olympics, The Pirate Toy Fund, 13Thirty Cancer Connect, Gilda’s Club, and more, but anyone who takes part in the “for my birthday, instead of presents please donate to X charity...
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Facebook Is Launching Its Own Digital Currency

Move over, Bitcoin: Facebook, in partnership with several other organizations, is creating a digital currency called Libra. The AP reports that its value will be pegged to established currencies such as the U.S. dollar, and that each purchase of Libra will be backed by a reserve fund of equal value...
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