Funny and Functional – Brings Forth the Seedy and Unsavory Side of Social Media

Share Article monitors the seedy, unsavory and sometimes silly side of social media. It reports the shameful and despicable acts perpetrated on Facebook and other social networking sites. It also provide current information on online privacy, safety and scam alerts.

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Don't get Crooked by the Book!

This week, Facecrooks has ended their public beta phase and is now available for all members. Members of are able to utilize the online safety and security guides; read about privacy, security and safety news and interact with members of the community.

Facecrooks features the "Wall of Shame" a community portal where members can post their own stories about being "Facecrooked" or how they "Facecrooked" others. Community members are able to comment and rate on the submitted stories. Facecrooks plans on awarding prizes to the highest rated submissions.

Tim Senft, CEO of founded the site in 2009. "There is far too much concern about safety and privacy online. Young people and parents don't understand how to keep themselves safe on sites like Facebook and Twitter," said Senft “We are going to change all of that. We are providing the public with an entertaining way of learning how to stay safe on the internet."

Facecrooks contains a directory featuring current news stories on the following topics:
Facecrooks in the News
Privacy, Safety & Scams
Social Media News
Social Media Blogs

Other areas of the site include a blog featuring the top stories of the week, an online safety information center that provides guidelines and tips on how to safely use social media, and a store where fans can purchase “Facecrooks” merchandise. The t-shirts and merchandise feature Facecrook's logo and can be customized by the customer.

Social networking had a breakout year in 2009 and shows no signs of slowing down any time soon. Bookmark and follow us on Facebook & Twitter, so you won’t get crooked by the Book!

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