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Bishop Eddie L. Long maintained a consistent presence on Twitter and Facebook before sexual coercion charges were brought up against him on Tuesday, September 21st. But he’s been understandably absent from the social networks since then. On Thursday (September 24th), Bishop Long sent a message to his Facebook friends and Twitter followers that simply reads: […]

Bishop Eddie L. Long maintained a consistent presence on Twitter and Facebook before sexual coercion charges were brought up against him on Tuesday, September 21st. But he’s been understandably absent from the social networks since then. On Thursday (September 24th), Bishop Long sent a message to his Facebook friends and Twitter followers that simply reads: […]

A woman is claiming that she was stabbed after her daughter made a comment about another woman’s 4-year-old baby being ugly according to NBC Chicago. Tiffany Scott, 39, says she was stabbed several times over comments her 18-year-old daughter made about a friend’s 4-day-old baby on the social networking site. “When you read the comments […]

Torrie Lynn Emery, 23, of Pontiac, was ordered held without bond by 50th District Judge Preston Thomas. She is charged with second-degree murder, assault with intent to commit great bodily harm and child abuse.

A judge removed a juror from a trial in suburban Detroit after the young woman wrote on Facebook that the defendant was guilty. The problem? The trial wasn’t over.

A status update nobody wants to see: Three Colombian teenagers have been killed after their names appeared, along with 97 others, on a multipart “hit list” posted on Facebook, according to multiple international reports.

Facebook photos, posts, and even “pokes” have all got people in trouble with the law. The case of a Florida man, Harry Bruder, 54, suggests you may want to watch who you “friend” as well.

Facebook’s getting sketchier by the day. If ongoing privacy issues and profile whitening apps weren’t enough, now the social media giant has found a way to predict users’ ethnicity, reports SmartBlog. Their methods seem simple enough: combine U.S. Census data with a list of users’ first and last names. The team narrowed its analysis down […]

From MSN.com: The personal details of 100 million Facebook users have been collected and published online in a downloadable file, meaning they will now be unable to make their publicly available information private.

From Gawker.com: Everyone knows that white people love Facebook and hate MySpace. But why? In a sure-to-be-controversial new essay, a famous internet sociologist says it’s a lot like white flight.