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FBFootball
FBFacebook (website)
FBFeedback
FBFriends with Benefits
FBFlashback
FBFantasy Baseball
FBFantastic Beasts (series)
FBFenerbahce (Turkish Soccer Team)
FBFenerbahce (Turkey)
FBFireball (gaming)
FBFly-By
FBFrom Below
FBFachbereich
FBFullback
FBFirebird
FBFiber Board
FBFlat Bed
FBFull Bath
FBFishing Boat
FBFruits Basket (anime)
FBFrostbite
FBFinal Battle (gaming)
FBFarm Bureau
FBFinal Boss (gaming clan)
FBForeign Body
FBFoosball
FBFrederiksberg (Danish railway station)
FBFull Board (hospitality industry)
FBFerris Bueller (movie character)
FBFootbridge (UK maps)
FBFlat Bar
FBFire Base
FBFat Bastard
FBFighter Bomber
FBFederal Building
FBFresno Bee (newspaper)
FBFly Ball (baseball)
FBFast Break
FBFrame Buffer
FBFallback
FBBulgaria Air (airline code)
FBFlashbang
FBFun Buddy (polite form)
FBFuse Block
FBFrank Black (musician)
FBFoul Ball
FBFuse Board
FBFully Built (rebuild engine with aftermarket parts, generally high power output)
FBFast Busy
FBFozzie Bear (The Muppet Show character)
FBFull Bridge
FBFringe Benefit
FBFrauenbeauftragte (German: Women's Assembly)
FBFusebox (web application framework)
FBFixed Bridge
FBFine Business (morse code used by ham radio operators)
FBFriendship Book (swapping)
FBFrostburn (roleplaying games, Dungeons & Dragons)
FBFire Break
FBFluxbox (Unix/Linux window manager)
FBFelügyelo Bizottság (Hungarian: Supervisory Board)
FBFirst Blood (gaming clan)
FBFederal Bank Ltd. (India)
FBFenian Brotherhood
FBFoxBox
FBFiber-Optic Backbone
FBFixed Block
FBFurnace Brazing
FBFiring Battery
FBFinger Breadth
FBFeature Board (Cisco)
FBFacility-Based
FBFreight Bill
FBFinance Bureau (Hong Kong)
FBFarum Boldklub (Danish soccer club)
FBFraming Bit
FBFinancing Bill
FBBoard Feet (Canada)
FBFacilities Based
FBFarmacia Batres (Guatemalan drug store)
FBFarrel-Birmingham (US Navy)
FBForward Boundary
FBFinance Battalion
FBFinalBurn (arcade game emulator)
FBFire Builder (Mic-O-Say, Heart of America Council, Boy Scouts of America)
FBFacilities Board
FBFirebat (Starcraft game)
FBFire Bush
FBFast Broadcasting
FBFurukawa Battery Co. Ltd. (Japan)
FBFatty Bombatty (font)
FBFunbots (QuakeNet gaming)
FBFoolish Buyer (real estate)
FBFauve de Bourgogne (rabbit breed)
FBFailure Biasing
FBFrontline Brothers (gaming clan)
FBFour-way Box
FBFarside Blues
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Formerly known as "clear history," the tool will now go by the slightly clunkier moniker "off-Facebook activity." The feature launches in South Korea, Ireland and Spain on Tuesday, consistent with Facebook's tendency to launch features in smaller markets first.
Facebook said it sought input from users, privacy experts and policy makers along the way, which led to some changes.
Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp down in UAE on Tuesday
Facebook has made some changes to the News Feed to increase the amount of personal content from friends in the feed.
Within the Facebook app, users have to look for the Facebook Dating button and create an account separate from their own Facebook account.
* FACEBOOK SAYS SINCE CO JUST STARTED THE INVESTIGATION, CO HAS YET TO DETERMINE WHETHER THESE ACCOUNTS WERE MISUSED OR ANY INFORMATION WAS ACCESSED
Facebook is now available in more than 100 languages, reaching over one billion people that use Facebook in a language other than English.
The issue here is not that a Facebook user can access data about friends and friends-of-friends--it's that they're giving a non-Facebook company's software access to that information.
The study analyzes the activity of 650 Facebook pages of heads of state and government and foreign ministers from January 1, 2017, using aggregate data from Facebook's Crowdtangle tool.
Anyway, I unzipped the file into a new folder I renamed 'my Facebook data.' The first thing you would notice at this point is the presence of 5 folders and an .html Web file named 'index'.
To understand how the new extension works, you need to know how Facebook keeps tabs on you.
A while back, we had a taste of Facebook's controversial user privacy policies here in India when WhatsApp (owned by Facebook) was asked by the Supreme Court to stop sharing user data with its parent company.