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  2. List of Facebook features - Wikipedia

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    Facebook is a social network service website launched on February 4, 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg.The following is a list of software and technology features that can be found on the Facebook website and mobile app and are available to users of the social media site.

  3. Oculus (brand) - Wikipedia

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    Users have been increasingly encouraged to use Facebook accounts to sign into its services (although standalone accounts not directly linked to the service were still supported). In 2018, Oculus VR became a division of Facebook Technologies, LLC, to create "a single legal entity that can support multiple Facebook technology and hardware ...

  4. Federated identity - Wikipedia

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    Federated identity is related to single sign-on (SSO), in which a user's single authentication ticket, or token, is trusted across multiple IT systems or even organizations. [2] [3] SSO is a subset of federated identity management, as it relates only to authentication and is understood on the level of technical interoperability and it would not ...

  5. OAuth - Wikipedia

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    Where OAuth focuses on delegated access (I, the user, grant Twitter access to my Facebook wall), and identity-centric authorization, XACML takes an attribute-based approach which can consider attributes of the user, the action, the resource, and the context (who, what, where, when, how).

  6. OpenID - Wikipedia

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    In May, Facebook launched their relying party functionality, letting users use an automatic login-enabled OpenID account (e.g. Google) to log into Facebook. In September 2013, Janrain announced that MyOpenID.com would be shut down on February 1, 2014; a pie chart showed Facebook and Google dominate the social login space as of Q2 2013.

  7. Cost per action - Wikipedia

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    Cost per action (CPA), also sometimes misconstrued in marketing environments as cost per acquisition, is an online advertising measurement and pricing model referring to a specified action, for example, a sale, click, or form submit (e.g., contact request, newsletter sign up, registration, etc.).

  8. Disciple (band) - Wikipedia

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    Disciple is an American Christian metal and rock band from Knoxville, Tennessee, United States, formed in 1992.Since its formation, the band has released 12 studio albums, 3 extended plays, 1 live extended play, and 1 compilation album.

  9. Doxing - Wikipedia

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    Doxing or doxxing is the act of publicly revealing previously private personal information about an individual or organization, usually through the Internet. Methods employed to acquire such information include searching publicly available databases and social media websites (like Facebook), hacking, social engineering and, through websites such as Grabify, a site specialized in revealing IP ...