It looks like Cooks Source is closing down as a result of the recent copyright saga and Facebook backlash - and apparently the editor hasn't learned a thing!
The Facebook page set up to call for the deportation of the Muslim protesters who disrupted Remembrance Day ceremonies in London has been removed.
Hundreds of thousands of racist comments flood a Facebook page set up to protest the actions of a small group of Muslims who burnt a Remembrance Day poppy in protest of the war in Afghanistan.
New England food magazine Cooks Source at center of plagiarism controversy posts apology and claims its Facebook page was hacked.
If this survey is anything to go by, web users are a sneaky and mistrustful lot when it comes to the significant others in their lives.
A new application called fbcounto, which claims to let you see who viewed your Facebook profile, is a scam.
Hundreds condemn food magazine Cooks Source and advertisers abandon the publication after editor attempts to justify stealing content from the web.
With Veterans' Day only a week away, the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America have launched a Facebook app that allows supporters to "march online" with vets.
Facebook joins Digital Energy Solutions campaign and launches green page for consumers, while NBC Universal prepares to launch a green pledge app.