Facebook imposes ‘one strike’ policy tightening live steaming rules

Facebook Inc. unveiled changes to its rules regarding Facebook Live and the streaming of unauthorized content. The company stated it was motivated by the widely criticized live streaming of the Christchurch attack, in which users shared copies of the video first broadcast by the attacker. Facebook announced it is introducing a ‘one strike‘ policy, meaning […]

Facebook filed a lawsuit against Rankwave in California state court

Facebook alleges in the lawsuit filed on Friday in California Superior Court in San Mateo County that a South Korean company, Rankwave breached a contract with the social network and violated a California law that prohibits unfair, unlawful or fraudulent business acts. Facebook was investigating Rankwave’s data practices concerning its advertising and marketing services, Rankwave […]

Facebook co-founder says it’s time to break Facebook

One of the people who co-founded Facebook with Mark Zuckerberg 15 years ago, Chris Hughes, has made an appeal in which he asks to “break” Facebook. In a long article of opinion published in The New York Times, he assures that the acquisition of WhatsApp and Instagram by Facebook should be reversed to favor competition in the social media and […]

Are Ads on Facebook and its Ad-Supported Properties Still Under-priced?

If you’re like most social media marketers: You heavily utilize Facebook & Instagram You are convinced these platforms to work for brand building and driving conversions You’re unsure whether Facebook ads and ad properties are currently under or over-priced Consider this recent report by eMarketer, which comes to the conclusion that Facebook advertisers are paying […]

Facebook acknowledged uploading email contacts of 1.5 million users

Facebook has inadvertently uploaded the email contacts of 1.5 million users who had just signed up to the network. The social media giant has acknowledged that it had collected up to 1.5 million users’ email contacts without the user’s consent, in the latest privacy issue that hit the giant tech firm. Facebook said that the […]

Facebook introduces new Features for 3D Photos

3D photos have been embraced willingly by Facebook users, and now, to enrich the user experience, the social media giant has decided to enhance the same with some new and exciting features for mobile, web, as well as VR. In the first place, Facebook users will now be able to share 3D photos on their […]

Facebook asks for Mailbox Passwords when registering new users

Despite all the assurances of Facebook in a serious attitude to data security and numerous scandals, the company continues to amaze with its dubious practices. Recently, the social network was caught in some cases when registering new users, it asks for an email password to confirm registration. Such actions threaten the privacy and safety of […]

Facebook takes down 687 pages from India ahead of national elections

Facebook has taken down several pages, groups, and accounts from India and Pakistan for violating its policies and participating in inauthentic behavior or spam. The social network has clarified that the 687 takedowns were not because of the kind of content posted by these pages, but inauthentic behavior and the bid to deceive users about […]

Facebook is working on Dutch version of Dating app

In November last year, Facebook Dating was launched as a test in Colombia. Tests were also carried out in Canada and Thailand. Since then it has been fairly quiet around the Facebook dating app. Today, however, the first official images appear that show Facebook Dating is also likely to be available in Dutch. Potentially the […]

Facebook introduces Gaming Tab to make life of gamers easier

Facebook Gaming tweeted on March 14th, “Play, watch, connect and discover in a new, dedicated Facebook Gaming tab – starting to roll out today” and the tweet has been received with so much love and enthusiasm by the users. According to Facebook research, more than 700 million people each month play games, watch gaming videos […]

Facebook CPO and WhatsApp VP quits, Zuckerberg restructures the company

Facebook’s CPO Chris Cox and WhatsApp VP Chris Daniels are reportedly exiting Facebook after disagreements with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over the future plans of the said social network. Chris Cox, in a public post about his departure from Facebook, dated March 14, hinted at disagreements with the Facebook CEO. As Mark has outlined, we […]

Facebook pilot program detects non-consensual intimate images and support victims

In a move to protect intimate photos and prevent non-consensual circulation of such photos on the social media network. We’ve taken a careful, research-based approach that concentrates on the victims – Facebook Newsroom. After a year’s worth of research and working with numerous international safety organizations, along with discussions with victim support advocates and victims […]