Facebook Roundup: Law Enforcement, Friends, Windows and Skype

Facebook’s Law Enforcement Rules - Hackers claiming to be with Anonymous published a few documents outlining how law enforcement agencies may obtain user data.

Facebook Users Separated by 4.74 Friends – Facebook and the University of Milan conducted a study to determine how many degrees of separation exist between users on the platform. Turns out that users are separated by just 4.74 intermediate connections, according to ZDnet. [Image Via ZDnet]

Facebook Testing Windows Client – Facebook is in the testing stage of a Messenger for Windows desktop integration. ZDNet reported that the app requires Windows 7 and supports chat, news ticker and notifications.

Skype Now Directly Tied Into Facebook – Users utilizing Windows or Mac clients for Microsoft’s Skype VoIP may now launch a Skype call without leaving the platform, reported Information Week.

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