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Facebook as Google+ Tab. Wow. [PIC]

Google+Facebook allows you to see your Facebook stream inside Google+.

Simply Connect to Facebook, and get all the updates on your Google+ Facebook tab.

Please let everyone on Google+ know by +1-ing Google+Facebook:


Here is a preview screenshot:

Get Google + and Facebook

Google + and its genius plan with Invites to take on Facebook.

For the last couple of days it seems that my Facebook news feed has been exploding with people offering invites to Google +. Often not even referring to Google+ but rather simply saying “couple invites left.” The excitement this seeming exclusivity creates is incredible, as more and more Google + invitations flutter into my inbox. I start to wonder why make it an invite service other than to entice people who would other wise not find out about the service as quickly if it entirely open.
Now Google is known for creating invite only services, however in the past those invites were not given out to all users in seemingly unlimited amounts.
I feel like the marketing team that came up with the idea of giving unlimited invites out to a generation of people who live on Facebook and twitter status updates deserves a standing ovation, for the ability to use their competitions services in order to boost exposure for Googles latest venture. They’ve clearly already captured much of their competitions user base, lets just see if they can hang on to it. / emptv

Mark Zuckerberg: Kids under 13 should be welcome to have us leak their personal information too.

Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook and the inspiration for the Oscar-winning flick “The Social Network,” says younger Web users should have the same privileges as their older counterparts.

In an interview with the venture capitalist John Doerr at the NewSchools Venture Fund’s Summit in Burlingame,Calif., Zuckerberg said he would “fight” to roll back the part of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, or COPPA, which prevents companies from collecting information on users under the age of 13.

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A very stupid next generation is coming. Facebook wants to steal childhood for money.