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This morning a parked car exploded in a commercial district in central Baghdad, killing 11 and wounding 57. After several months of relative calm, today's bombing was the latest in a string of attacks to hit Iraq's capital. It took place in an area just outside the heavily fortified Green Zone.
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Facebook's founder didn't quite win Newsmaker of the Year, but he still had quite a year.
For almost a WHOLE DAY, Facebook refused to work at several universities.
But will users forgive the social networking site for its privacy snafu?
Facebook deals with lawsuits, divulged diaries, and unhappy users.
Users' protests lead the social networking site to change its advertising program.
The social networking site Facebook is changing a controversial new advertising system that turned its users into marketing tools. The advertising system entitled "Beacon" allowed users to see what their friends had recently purchased online and in some instances spoiled Christmas and Hanukkah surprises.
A feature on the popular social networking site Facebook is rattling users as they begin to do their holiday shopping. The site's news feed, which lists a variety of things users' "friends" are doing, is now listing what users are buying as well—a potential Christmas gift spoiler for some. U.S. News's Kimberly Palmer outlines the controversy and asks readers for feedback today in her blog, Alpha Consumer.