Spiral Corset Leggings

I present to you: The (domestic) official Countess van HELLFIRE leggings. Even designed by me!

No, nonsense. This is of course a lie. But this hot Furnace Flame Leggings fits produced outstanding to me and almost certainly also to you.

I love leggings, above all due to the tremendous convenience. However, I must admit, I think I never had such a colorful. I’m just an old fogy quotas. And actually I like this role willingly and feel good, like I dress.

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Facebook Releases (Gradually) Access Over HTTPS

Security is the order of time on Facebook. The company said it will take another way to protect the data of its users: access via the HTTPS protocol. Do you know what that means? That all activities in the social network will undergo encryption, more difficult for some hacker to intercept what you do through FB.

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American Justice Prohibits Financial Debt of Charge by Facebook

“I do not deny. Pay when you can.” With this motto, an American comes rolling time is a debt that was related to the loan to pay off the car. It was a debt of US $ 362, it does not pay since last year. Behold, the company contracted to perform the debt woman began to contact a still Unusually for this type of collection: via Facebook.

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Facebook Tests Prominent Paid Option to User Posts

The Facebook already shown on top of the news feed some of the most shared links at certain times and occasionally there also appears a post from any company that paid to appear in this field. Now a user of the social network found that Facebook can allow in the future that any prominent member of their own posts, causing them to appear on top of the news feed of your friends. Continue reading “Facebook Tests Prominent Paid Option to User Posts”

Facebook is silent on the controversy of the real names policy

Last week, the Ello had a huge boom of new users unhappy with Facebook. The new social network, which promises to remain free of advertisements, also ensures protect the privacy of users, only storing information reflecting the different network usage modes in order to improve it continuously.

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Facebook Wants to Stop Displaying Many Old Posts to Your News Feed

The Facebook understood that the news feed is not as efficient to display, uh, news, and announced it is making changes in the algorithm to favor more recent publications. The idea is to highlight posts that are important only at a specific time, such as when you and your friend say about a program that is on TV, for example.

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Facebook Changes Algorithm to Prioritize Content People Instead of Pages

In an announcement published on the afternoon of Tuesday (21), Facebook confirmed indirectly that many people had already been noticed in recent days: the Feed Service News now gives more prominence to users of publications than content promoted by fan pages.

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Hackers Invade Twitter CEO of Niantic by Pokémon Go Delay in Brazil

Not only are you frustrated with the delay of the launch  Pokémon Go in Brazil. The Twitter CEO of Niantic, John Hanke (@johnhanke), was invaded because the game has not yet been released here. Until the morning of Monday (1), the account still showed messages like “this is for Brazil,” signal that access had not yet been recovered.

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Facebook launches Suicide Prevention Tool

The Facebook wants to help prevent suicide in Brazil. In partnership with the Recovery Center of Life (CVV), an institution that offers emotional support for people who are inneed of help, the social network launched on Tuesday (14) a tool that allows users toissue warning signals when they realize that a friend published a content with atendency to suicide.

It is a very important tool, considering that suicide kills more than HIV in the world, with one death every 40 seconds, according to WHO data. In Brazil, the eighth country with the highest rate in the world, one suicide occurs every 45 minutes – is 6 per 100,000 inhabitants.

The idea is that the publications of users to help friends realize that there is someone with suicidal tendencies. “Post something like ‘any day I juice’, for example, is a super alarm signal,” said Carlos Correia, volunteer CVV from 1992 to G1.

If you notice that this happened, report publication and enter “I think you should not be on Facebook”> “Show more options”> “shows someone getting hurt or planning to hurt.” You can offer help, talk to someone you trust, find out how to proceed or send the publication to be considered by Facebook.

With the publication reported, the picture below will appear to the person who had troubling behaviors. The social network facilitates contact with CVV and gives hints of what to do to feel better.

It is an interesting action because many people expressed their feelings (even negative) in social networks, and a user note repeated posts coming from someone suffering can prevent something worse from happening. “Experts say that suicide can be prevented in 90% of situations,” said Correia.

Not to mention that the suicide rate in the world by age in low-income countries is alarmingly higher among young people. In 2012, according to WHO data, about 90,000 suicides occurred in young people in their 20s, compared with 10 000 in developed countries (which have their highest rate at age 50). As this audience usually less filter what goes into the social network, is an action that must have a certain efficiency.

The social network will also offer advertising free for the CVV to recruit more volunteers, balancing the increased demand for care with the launch of the tool. CVV also offers help at the number 141, as well as specific local phones for each region and by Skype.