A convicted pedophile who used the messaging service on his Xbox to solicit nude photos from four boys in three states is heading to prison.
It also has extra features like the private sending of photos (pictured left) and free calls (right) Both services, as well as many more, are becoming a mainstream alternative to texting, particularly in parts of the world like Africa, India and South America where unlimited texts are not included in mobile contract bundles. In the future you could also use Facebook to make electronic payments and stash money.
He has defended the abuse as an act of civil disobedience to advance the cause of pedophilia.
It is astounding when we sit back and think about just how far communication has come in recent history.
The social network is rumoured to be seeking regulatory approval from the Central Bank of Ireland to become an emoney institution The social network is rumoured to be seeking regulatory approval to offer financial services - including electronic money and remittances - which would, for example, allow foreign workers to easily transfer money back to their families.
Facebook is seeking regulatory approval from the Central Bank of Ireland, which, if it is granted, would allow people to store money on the social network, transfer it to other users and pay for goods, according to a report by The Financial Times.
Video chat is now available on many smartphones and the social media powerhouses have introduced applications which make it easy to talk “face to face” with any of your social media contacts.