http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2372294,00.asp Although you can't exactly poke her, Queen Elizabeth is now among the more than 500 million members of Facebook. The British Monarchy on Monday launched its own Facebook fan page to provide news and information about the royal family. More than 74,000 people have already "liked" the Facebook page. With it, users can see pictures of different members of the family, can get updates through their News Feed, and find events in their area. Britain's royal family isn't new to social networking. In 2007, it set up a YouTube channel. The monarchy has been tweeting under the @BritishMonarchy handle since 2009, and announced that the Facebook page was live on the micro-blogging site. Earlier this year, the royal family expanded its online presence with an official photostream on image-sharing site Flickr. "If you look at the royal forays into technology and social media, we were already pretty much everywhere," a spokesman for the royal family said in a Time report. "Facebook was really the last area we didn't have a presence." A two-person team manages the monarchy's Facebook page. This same team also monitors the other three online profiles as well as the British royal family's official Web site. Shortly after the page went live at 8 Greenwich Mean Time, the team was already sifting through potentially offensive comments, according to Time. With a growing number of Facebook fans, however, the reception from users has been mostly positive.