Greg Benson of Mediocre Films realized he (like most of us) has too many Facebook friends. He decided to go through a list of those "friends" he doesn't actually know and pay them a visit at their homes to see if they're worth keeping in his Facepile.
Nicholas Emond is a man on the run and has a lot to say about it. There is currently an outstanding warrant for his arrest related to violations to the conditions of a monitored release that followed felony charges of illegal firearms possession. Because police consider him to be ARMED and DANGEROUS, a local ABC affiliate posted his photo on their Facebook most wanted list.
With Nearly 300 comments, a number of them happened to be posted by Emond himself! Some highlights are him stating the government is "up to no good" and calling himself the devil. Deadspin compiled a condensed list of his comments:
Oh customer service, it gets to everyone, you know? After seeing his bug report get stalled by the development team twice, frustrated Palestinian cybersecurity researcher Khalil Shreateh decided to take his discovery straight to the CEO's office by posting a lengthy message on Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook wall last week. When the story hit the tech news headlines over the weekend, the company responded that the bug was fixed as of last Thursday and pointed to the language barrier and lack of information provided on Shreateh's part for their delayed response. Unfortunately, Shreateh won't be getting his $100 reward from Facebook's White Hat program, as his stunt has been deemed a violation of the website's terms of service.
In what is perhaps one of the darkest moments in the history of social networking yet, a Florida man named Derek Medina confessed to murdering his wife via Facebook on Thursday (shown above). According to the authorities, Medina turned himself in on Thursday morning and told the police that he shot his wife during an argument at the couple's townhouse in South Miami. For more details, AP has the full story