Thursday, February 19, 2009

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Headline News: Facebook and Others

Stories in headlines this week:


Under fire from tens of thousands of users, the social networking site Facebook said early Wednesday it is reverting to its old policy on user information -- for now.

Backlash against Facebook began after a consumer advocate site flagged Facebook's policy change.
Backlash against Facebook began after a consumer advocate site flagged Facebook's policy change.
The site posted a brief message on users' home pages that said it was returning to its previous "Terms of Use" policy "while we
 resolve the issues that people have raised."

The "Terms of Use" is the legalese tacked on to the bottom of most Web sites that details what the site's owners
can do with the information that users provide.
Facebook, the Web's most popular social networking site, has been caught in a content-rights battle after revealing
 earlier this month that it was granting itself permanent rights to users' photos, wall posts and other information even after a user closed an account. 

The Obama Administration rolled out its much-awaited foreclosure-prevention plan on Wednesday, saying it could help as many as seven to nine million homeowners meet their mortgage payments. 
Key components include modifying the terms of delinquent loans, refinancing underwater
mortgages and plowing more money into the federal housing agencies in order to keep mortgage rates low. 
As to what i feel? well the bailout can't help everyone, but just some right? It would surely go a long way for most people but not all. At least i hope...Blogoratti. 

Usher's wife released from hospital after near death experience

Tameka Foster, has finally been released from a Brazilian Hospital:
Tameka Foster Raymond was released Monday night from Sao Paulo's Hospital Sirio Libanes, where she was admitted after suffering complications from plastic surgery. Her husband was spotted boarding a plane to the U.S
Raymond is on the road to recovery from a heart attack she suffered during a lipsuction procedure and is currently taking antibiotics to fight a lung infection, according to Brazil's Globo TV.
Raymond underwent the procedure a mere two months after giving birth to the couple's second son, Naviyd Ely.
Patients should wait six to eight months after giving birth to have the procedure, the president of theBrazilian Soceity of Palstic Surgery tells the Daily News.
Is it just me or isn't all these surgeries getting too much? I mean remember what happened to Kanye West's mother just last year. Must they kill themselves just to look good? -Blogoratti.

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