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Facebook users' status updates, videos and photos can now be embedded in websites beyond the free-content advertising network. At present, only a small number of publishers including CNN and Huffington Post can use the feature, however. But once they've tirelessly worked the hamster wheel, Facebook said world+dog will get to …

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[ f ] off!

Surely it's enough that if I want to see what someone's facebook presence is, I can click that little [ f ] icon that'll usually be on their page somewhere...

... but I don't really want their endless stream of consciousnesswank forced down my throat as soon as I go to their page!

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#facebook

On Facebook used to bring back a lot of adverts for young attractive asisn women who worked in "hospitality"

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Gotta pick up on the snarky emphasis on how many ads FB runs

Has the Reg ever considered running any? I hear it's a useful revenue stream for internet businesses.

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Re: Gotta pick up on the snarky emphasis on how many ads FB runs

Does anybody who reads ElReg actually see any adverts in their browsers ?

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Re: Gotta pick up on the snarky emphasis on how many ads FB runs

You might have forgotten to turn off your AdBlock Plus installation when visiting The Register......shame on you!

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"Facebook users' status updates, videos and photos can now be embedded in websites beyond the free-content advertising network."

Facebook users' status updates, videos and photos can now be embedded in websites beyond the content-free advertising network."

FTFY

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