Related News: Child sex abuse victim testifies: ‘I thought it was normal’

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. AL.com published an article titled Child sex abuse victim testifies: ‘I thought it was normal’.

A 16-year-old girl described in graphic detail for a jury Wednesday how she was sexually abused by relatives and a friend of her family.

“It was normal,” the girl said during her nearly hour-long testimony Wednesday morning. “They (did) it all the time and a lot. I thought that it was normal.”

Source: AL.com

Related News: Facebook launches friend-tracking feature

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. CNN published an article titled Facebook launches friend-tracking feature.

Facebook is introducing a mobile feature called Nearby Friends that taps into that steady stream of location information so friends can track each other in real time.

The idea is to make it easy for people to meet up in real life, so they can have conversations in person instead of comment threads, temporarily replacing Likes and LOLs with eye contact and actual laughter. A live meet-up is also an excellent opportunity to grab a selfie with your pal and upload it to the Facebook owned Instagram.

In a refreshing change, the new Nearby Friends feature is not turned on by default.

Friends will not be able to see where you are unless you decide live-tracking is something you want in your life and visit Facebook’s settings to turn it on. Making a potentially invasive new feature opt-in suggests Facebook has perhaps learned from some of its past mistakes and privacy problems.

Source: CNN

Related News: Suspects Broke Into Homes Of Facebook Friends Who Posted Out-Of-Town Information

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. WFMY published an article titled Suspects Broke Into Homes Of Facebook Friends Who Posted Out-Of-Town Information.

Anderson, SC– Investigators say a woman and a man broke into the homes of her Facebook friends after finding out they were out of town by their posts on the social networking site.

Source: WFMY