If a friend of yours is running in a marathon for charity and is trying to raise money, you might want to pay $7 to promote her status updates so almost of your friends are guaranteed to see the post in your News Feed, Facebook believes.
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Last night, a Mashable reporter named Chris Tayler tried to message Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook. What Tayler saw next was incredible. Facebook told him he could send Zuckerberg a note, but that it would get stuck in Zuckerberg's spam filter. That is, unless Taylor was willing to pay $100. This is what the message looked like:
The Los Angeles Feature Film Academy, which operated out of a loft apartment, pledged on its website that students would get a chance to make 'real feature films … that are released worldwide.'A Los Angeles film school has been ordered by a state agency to shut its doors for operating without a license and pay $80,000 in fines and tuition refunds to two former students.