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Social Media News 6/2-6/6

posted Jun 2, 2011, 11:49 AM by Carmina Pérez
A curated list of the most relevant stories in the last few days:

6/6
Nigeria Shuts Off Internet & Mobile For Inauguration

56% Of Content Shared Online Occurs Via Facebook

Transportation Secretary: Social Media in Cars Is Unnecessary

1,500 People Attend Girl’s 16th Birthday Party After Public Facebook Invite


Video implying Vodafone was behind the Egyptian Revolution has gone viral

After Hacking Accusations, China Calls Google a Political Tool

Vietnam Protests Organized On Facebook

6/5
Kevin Ryan's new hope: Gilt Groupe

Prediction: Facebook Will Surpass Google In Advertising Revenues


6/4
Manhattan going digital; Mayor Bloomberg Throws Party for Foursquare

MTV may try a Twitter TV first for Movie Awards

Syria Shuts Off Internet

6/3
Twitter.com Adds Content From Amazon, Foursquare, Meetup & More

Google Beefs Up Social Presence with PostRank Buy

France bans ‘Facebook’ and ‘Twitter’ from TV, radio

9 Things Weinergate Tells Us About Twitter

How Facebook Can Put Google Out of Business

Snoop Dogg Fragrance Gets Cheaper As It Gets More Facebook Likes


Twitter Photos Live For Twitter Employees, User Roll-Out Begins Next Week


Zynga May Be Next in Summer of the Tech IPOs

Wisconsin Man Sentenced For Facebook Death Threat


Pay-Per-View Concert Will Stream Live On Facebook

Facebook Helps Rescue Missing Boys

Yfrog Says It Wasn’t Compromised in Wake of Weiner Photo

WATCH: ‘Grandma Got A Facebook’

6/2
REPORT: Facebook Ads Surge Despite Lag In ROI

Unborn Baby With Popular Facebook Profile Deleted From Social Network

With Journalists Silenced, Mexicans Look to Social Media for Drug War News

Groupon files for IPO, seeks to raise $750 million

Pandora files terms for $109.5 mln IPO

Facebook Seeks Contract, E-Mails in ‘Scam’ Ownership Suit

Weiner’s Office Calls Police After CBS Reporter Asks For An Interview

6/1
MySpace Sale Decision Coming in Two Weeks, News Corp.’s Digital Chief Says

Online video watching to double by 2015, Cisco forecasts
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