With recent announcements the list of social networks all offering their own application platform is growing. Now we have APIs for Friendster, Bebo, LinkedIn, and is obviously great for users and developers alike, but could also lead to a lot of frustration amongst developers having to manage several different platforms for their applications. Release Notes Net Nanny.
A woman in the UK is suing several newspapers for printing false information about a party, information her daughter had put on Bebo. As far as I can twig it, Amanda Hudson is claiming that the information her daughter freely placed on Bebo, describing the party as seven shades of raucous, was intended for private use only and was not for rebroadcast by any other party. And the fact that the newspapers printed the story, assuming it to be true, caused Mrs.
By Carly Udy Tauranga teens are using websites to brag about their experiences with drugs, alcohol and sex and are also posting "risque" photos of themselves. Bay principals are disturbed by the growing trend, saying many children are leaving themselves open to sexual predators and bullies. In a worst-case scenario at Otumoetai College, visitors to a student's Bebo site were asked in a poll what would be the best way to kill a fellow student.
You know the old cliche, a picture is worth a thousand words? Turns out that pictures have been deeply undervalued: A single photo can cost you your reputation, your job, even your freedom--if you post it online. Teachers, principals, firefighters, mayors, university presidents, and everyday people have all discovered the dark side of putting the wrong photos and videos on social networking sites.
The scandal was caused when she posted a photo of herself on a social networking site posing provocatively in a minidress next to a condom machine in a toilet. Tennis' former wild child: Naomi Broady, 24, claims the photo of her posing next to a condom machine on a night out seven years ago right has ruined her career. It caught the attention of the press and sparked the wrath of the Lawn Tennis Association, which promptly stripped her of her funding, throwing the future of her career in jeopardy.
British tennis star Naomi Broady, 28, our women's number four, and No in the world put on a damn good show today on Centre Court, against the defending champion Garbine Muguruza. But it could have been a very different story for Naomi, whose promising career was cut short as a teenager. After a night out with friends inthe then year-old aspiring tennis champion posted pictures of herself and her friends on a night out on social media site Bebo remember Bebo?
This look of hers is snapped at airport. She is wearing a simple white shirt, black pant and black high boots. She knows she is looking pretty as always, and so she is not at all bothered about the paparazzi clicking her that way.
Bebo is a sanctuary for suicidal youths and camwhores who think they are cult enthusiasts who discuss and enact the most gruesome way to become an heroes. Unlike MySpace, there is no semblance of order on bebo, and any abuse thrown out by any user is completely ignored by the phantom admins that the site is supposedly managed by. For some reason, the majority of users are from the UK and Ireland.
The social networking site put the two in touch. Paedophile Daniel Hunsdon, 18, had groomed the Scots teenager for sex on social networking site Bebo. The long-haired goth abducted her from Glasgow on January 3 this year, and took her to his home miles away in Brixham, south Devon, where they had sex. Yesterday Hunsdon was jailed for five years at Exeter Crown Court, and placed on the sex offenders register for life.