The Open Graph Protocol enables you to integrate your Web pages into the social graph. It is currently designed for Web pages representing profiles of real-world things — things like movies, sports teams, celebrities, and restaurants. Including Open Graph tags on your Web page, makes your page equal to a Facebook Page. This means when a […]
As of this February 28, Facebook will limit developers using the social network’s platform to only work with approved advertisers that have signed a list of terms — in other words, applications won’t make any money unless they follow the site’s rules. These terms consist of 12 numbered items most recently revised at the end […]
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Facebook has temporarily disabled the code that would have shared individual users’ mobile phones and street addresses with third-party developers, heeding the outcry from consumer privacy activists and the media ever since Friday’s announcement of the now-halted functionality. The following explanation went up on one of the company’s official blogs late last night: “On Friday, […]