Facebook users can embed posts elsewhere on the Web using automatically generated code, in much the same way that they can embed Twitter and Instagram content. That's a "radical shift" for the social network, which once offered a place for friends and family to chat relatively privately, Mat Honan writes. "Facebook needs to be everywhere, all the time, not locked away where people have a hard time finding it," he writes.
Facebook unveils embedded posts in "radical shift"
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