Facebook’s no-good-very-bad 2018 may have meant an overworked PR team but the social media behemoth is doing just fine.
The users can moderate the comments on their post by hiding, deleting or engaging with comments.
Accused Nishad has put up posts questioning the efficacy of EVMs and criticising Pragya Singh Thakur.
It also makes it easier for users to manage what information does or doesn’t get displayed on the public-facing version of their profiles, reports The Verge
For workers in the US that review content on Facebook, the company said it is raising wages even more
Facebook has already suspended apps and accounts associated with South Korean data analytics company – Rankwave
New Delhi: Political parties, led by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), and their affiliates have ramped up spending on social media ads ahead of the sixth phase of Lok Sabha elections. With 103,700 ads in library (in the February 19-May 4 period), Facebook received Rs 22.85 crore from political parties[Read More…]
Proud of my boy who scored a 60%: Mother writes FB post to celebrates her son’s class 10 CBSE results
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London: As more and more political parties advertise on Facebook to reach out to maximum number of voters, the practice is creating new types of inequalities for campaigners and, in turn, posing new set of challenges for the regulators, warn researchers. Traditional campaigning regulations are based on the theory that[Read More…]
San Francisco: Facebook has removed 118 accounts, Pages and Groups involved in coordinated inauthentic behaviour on its platform, as well as on Instagram, as part of a network emanating from Russia that focused on Ukraine and several other countries. There were 62 Facebook accounts, 10 Pages and 25 Groups. About[Read More…]