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    Facebook Changes News Feed

    LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 25:  In this photo illustration the Social networking site Facebook is displayed on a laptop screen on March 25, 2009 in London, England. The British government has made proposals which would force Social networking websites such as Facebook to pass on details of users, friends and contacts to help fight terrorism.  (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

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    Once again, Facebook has redesigned its site overnight and upset its users. The most significant tweak is to the news feed: rather than having two separate feeds, one chronological and one tailored to display what Facebook thinks you'll be interested in, users now have a single tailored feed. “Quite frankly I don’t want Facebook deciding who is most important in my life,” wrote one of many angry users on the Facebook Blog. Facebook says the new news feed will work more like a newspaper, with the front page displaying the most important articles rather than the most recent. A new feature called the “Ticker” will be unveiled soon. It displays friends' posts in “real time.”

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