Sex, Beer, and Coding: Inside Facebook’s Wild Early Days in Palo Alto | WIRED

I mark Napster as the beginning of the social web—people, not pages. For me that was the breakthrough moment, because I saw that the internet could be this completely distributed peer-to-peer network. We could disintermediate those big media companies and all be connected to each other.
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Facebook Embeds ‘Hidden Codes’ To Track Who Sees And Shares Your Photos, Report

Facebook has been accused (again) of tracking user photos through hidden embedded codes. As the social media giant finalizes the terms of its record $5 billion fine, continual privacy headlines will not help it move past the allegations of data misuse.
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