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    AP
    Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg can't be happy about Holocaust deniers putting up group pages on his site.

    Starting Sunday, the line between reality and social media will get blurry. And it won't have anything to do with the pixels on your screen.

    Target stores will begin selling Facebook gift cards this weekend. No the popular Palo Alto-based social network site is not about to start charging for its services.

    Instead Target will sell gift cards ranging from $15 to $50 to help clutter your newsfeed. The cards will be good for "virtual" purchases to use on Facebook apps and games.

    There are currently more than 200 million people who play games on Facebook, according to Facebook.

    That could mean a lot of Farmville updates coming your way starting this weekend.