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Facebook temporarily banned users from posting reports by an immigration watchdog analyzing federal statistics that show immigrants in general, and illegal immigrants specifically, are taking a big share of new jobs that come open in America, according to the group producing the reports. The Center for Immigration Studies, a think tank relied upon by immigration critics, said Monday that the posting of four recent reports on jobs and immigration had been barred by Facebook. But after Secrets raised the issue with Facebook, a spokesman said the ban was an error and that the reports will be allowed to post. Facebook and founder Mark Zuckerberg has taken a position in support of immigration, which has become a top issue in the GOP presidential primary race. The center said that by barring four reports from being posted on Facebook, now among the top news sources for America, the website is censoring information key to the immigration debate and the drive by some in Congress to expand immigration. According to Freed, it took Facebook more than a year to arrange a wind power deal for the new data center slated to open in Fort Worth, Texas, next year. Basically, Freed says, these principles show regulators what a company like Facebook needs in order to make these deals happen. In Texas, Facebook was able to set up its own wind deal through three companies: Citigroup Energy, Alterra Power Corporation, and Starwood Energy Group. But in regulated states such as Iowa and North Carolina, where Facebook operates additional data centers, the hassle is far greater. The good news is Internet giants like Facebook have the leverage to change the power landscape for the better.

When Facebook's new Iowa data center goes live in 2015, it will be powered by 100 per cent renewable energy, the social network says. Among the reasons the company gave for locating the facility in Iowa was the Great Plains region's abundance of wind-generated power, which contributes roughly 20 per cent of the total energy for the state.
Now Facebook says that it expects all of the energy required to run its new data center to be supplied by a new wind farm being built in nearby Wellsburg, Iowa, which is due to be completed in 2014. Van Son says Facebook's goal is to have renewable power account for 25 per cent of its total energy mix by 2015. It is extremely troubling that Facebook would block studies that simply report government data on how immigrants and natives are faring in the U.S. It's not clear how much of that Facebook's servers are expected to draw, but it certainly won't be all of it. Its 194-acre Iowa site could potentially accommodate three data centers like the one it is building now, but each would need to draw an equivalent amount of power. Even its Iowa data center is sure to have filthy diesel generators on site in case of grid outages, and not all of Facebook's facilities have access to such a ready supply of renewable energy. But Peter Freed, who helps oversee renewable energy efforts at Facebook, isn’t entirely pleased.
In 2011, Google estimated its entire, global power consumption at 260MW; Facebook's Iowa facility is only likely to require somewhere in the 20-30MW range.

On Monday, in the wake of Facebook unveiling its latest data center site in Texas, Amazon announced that it will open a 670.000 MWh wind farm in North Carolina. A black-and-white sign painted on the rooftop of one of the buildings in Facebook's new Menlo Park compound -- a code that, at 42 feet by 42 feet, is big enough, apparently, to be seen fairly easily from space. We're as confused as you are, aliens.The code -- half earnest project and half wacky prank -- began with Mark Zuckerberg's call to Facebook employees to launch a "Space Hackathon" to decorate the firm's headquarters at 1 Hacker Way. Mark Pike, who works on Facebook's intellectual property team, replied to Zuck's request, "Hack yeah! Facebook's isn't the first see-it-from-above QR code; there's a cottage industry that works to put QR codes on roofs so that they can be archived by Google Earth and displayed on Google Maps.
And of the fact that "The Hacker Way" is Facebook's culture as much as it is its marketing message.

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