An apartment complex in Salt Lake City has a new deal with their tennants. They're forced to 'friend' their apartment complex on Facebook. That doesn't sound so bad at first, but it goes on to say that they must upload photos of themselves and any guests they may have. If this happened to you, would you be okay with it or would you move out?
I recently found out there are groups on Facebook that provide superb discounts on items, but there's a catch -- you have to give it a positive review. What you have to do in return isn't illegal, but is it immoral?
With the ability to broadcast live coming more and more popular thanks to things like Twitch and Periscope, Facebook is answering back with it's own live streaming service that you can do right now on your mobile device.
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