Facebook users now will have the option to accept or decline to be unpaid endorsers when they click the like button on any of the ads displayed in the social networking site.
To settle a class-action lawsuit against the company in Federal District Court in California, and complicating its efforts to accelerate advertising revenue, #Facebook has agreed to make it clear to users that when they click to like a product on Facebook, their names and photos can be used to plug the product. The agreement compels the company to change one of its most effective advertising tools, known as Sponsored Stories.
Chuck proves that he is still the same old Chuck. Actually, better! If Christmas greerings ain't like this, it ain't Christmas at all! What Chuck says he delivers. Epic!! #chucknorrischristmasgreetings#epic
For those looking for a more traditional Escape the Room experience, Real Escape Game is holding a live online challenge on July 24th (1PM GMT, 9AM EST) in both Japanese and English. Players will have one hour to collect clues within an online locked room, racing against other players for the bragging rights of first to escape. A 15-minute version of the game is free to play, giving players a brief preview, but admission for the main event is $5.