Facebook drops 'likes' button from public pages, to focus only on followers

Facebook Inc has dropped the 'likes' button from its redesigned public pages used by artists, public figures and brands.

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Facebook redesigns public pages, drops 'likes' button

Social networking giant Facebook Inc has dropped the “likes” button from its public pages after undertaking a redesigning exercise

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Facebook removes anti-vaccine 'fake news' in Israel: Government

Facebook has taken down content that spread lies in Israel against coronavirus vaccinations as the government seeks to drum up support for the programme, the Justice Ministry said on Sunday

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Soon, Facebook will be able to read your mind

Facebook is now developing a tool to read people’s minds. No, this isn’t an extrapolation

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Facebook launches 'Collab' as TikTok's competition

The new app is specifically designed for musicians who can combine three 15-seconds long videos by stacking them on each other

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Top 10 world news today: China revokes visa exemptions for US diplomats, Pfizer documents hacked and more

Here are the biggest news stories of the day

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Australia to make Facebook, Google pay news outlets for content

Big Tech firms will have to negotiate how much they pay local publishers and broadcasters for content that appears on their platforms

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Blood samples of pregnant women used by venture linked to Zuckerberg without consent

Blood samples of Danish women who were participating in a public research project were found in possession of an organisation connected to Zuckerberg

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Fair tax contribution: 75 major tech players sign the French initiative

Tech big-hitters such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, Snapchat, and Huawei have also signed the initiative

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Roiled by election, Facebook struggles to balance civility and growth

The change was part of the “break glass” plans Facebook had spent months developing for the aftermath of a contested election

via The New York Times
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In a first, Facebook offers estimate of hate speech prevalence on its platform

Facebook's rivals Twitter and YouTube, owned by Alphabet Inc's Google, do not disclose comparable prevalence metrics

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Facebook content moderators urge for safety precautions amid pandemic

The content moderators are responsible for keeping the platform free of hate speech and false information, which has played a very important role during the pandemic and the recently concluded US…

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Facebook extends ban on US political ads for another month

As election misinformation continued to rage online, Facebook Inc said on Wednesday its post-election ban on political ads would likely last another month, raising concerns from campaigns and…

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Facebook takes down group 'Stop The Steal' alleging voter fraud by Democrats

The US election 2020 has divided the country: With Trump supporters calling for a recount and alleging election fraud, and Biden camp preparing to take over the presidential duties

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US election 2020: How Facebook, Twitter differ on labelling Trump's election posts

Social media companies put warning labels on multiple posts by President Donald Trump that falsely claimed victory in the US election and pushed unfounded allegations about the counting of…

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Facebook bans 'Stop the Steal' phrase ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration

Under the Coordinating Harm policy, all content which is blacklisted will be removed from Facebook and Instagram

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Facebook drops 'likes' button from public pages, to focus only on followers

Facebook Inc has dropped the 'likes' button from its redesigned public pages used by artists, public figures and brands.

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Facebook redesigns public pages, drops 'likes' button

Social networking giant Facebook Inc has dropped the “likes” button from its public pages after undertaking a redesigning exercise

Read Article

Facebook removes anti-vaccine 'fake news' in Israel: Government

Facebook has taken down content that spread lies in Israel against coronavirus vaccinations as the government seeks to drum up support for the programme, the Justice Ministry said on Sunday

Read Article

Soon, Facebook will be able to read your mind

Facebook is now developing a tool to read people’s minds. No, this isn’t an extrapolation

Read Article

Facebook launches 'Collab' as TikTok's competition

The new app is specifically designed for musicians who can combine three 15-seconds long videos by stacking them on each other

Read Article

Top 10 world news today: China revokes visa exemptions for US diplomats, Pfizer documents hacked and more

Here are the biggest news stories of the day

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From Instagram to Whatsapp: Victims of Facebook's 'buy and bury' strategy

Facebook has been accused of "buy or bury" strategy to snap up rivals and keep smaller competitors at bay. The social media giant's monopoly is known… Read Article

Australia to make Facebook, Google pay news outlets for content

Big Tech firms will have to negotiate how much they pay local publishers and broadcasters for content that appears on their platforms

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Blood samples of pregnant women used by venture linked to Zuckerberg without consent

Blood samples of Danish women who were participating in a public research project were found in possession of an organisation connected to Zuckerberg

Read Article

Fair tax contribution: 75 major tech players sign the French initiative

Tech big-hitters such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, Snapchat, and Huawei have also signed the initiative

Read Article

Roiled by election, Facebook struggles to balance civility and growth

The change was part of the “break glass” plans Facebook had spent months developing for the aftermath of a contested election

via The New York Times
Read Article

In a first, Facebook offers estimate of hate speech prevalence on its platform

Facebook's rivals Twitter and YouTube, owned by Alphabet Inc's Google, do not disclose comparable prevalence metrics

Read Article

Facebook content moderators urge for safety precautions amid pandemic

The content moderators are responsible for keeping the platform free of hate speech and false information, which has played a very important role during the pandemic and the recently concluded US…

Read Article

Facebook extends ban on US political ads for another month

As election misinformation continued to rage online, Facebook Inc said on Wednesday its post-election ban on political ads would likely last another month, raising concerns from campaigns and…

Read Article

Facebook takes down group 'Stop The Steal' alleging voter fraud by Democrats

The US election 2020 has divided the country: With Trump supporters calling for a recount and alleging election fraud, and Biden camp preparing to take over the presidential duties

Read Article

US election 2020: How Facebook, Twitter differ on labelling Trump's election posts

Social media companies put warning labels on multiple posts by President Donald Trump that falsely claimed victory in the US election and pushed unfounded allegations about the counting of…

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Facebook India's policy head Ankhi Das quits amid political controversy

Facebook Inc announced on Tuesday that the company's top lobbyist in India Ankhi Das has quit, in the midst of a controversy over how Facebook regulates and manages political content in the…

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Now you can play cloud-based games on Facebook!

On Monday, Facebook Inc launched a cloud gaming feature on its Facebook platform. The free service allows users to play and stream games without downloading them

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How social media companies will handle post-US election scenarios

In the run-up to the US election 2020 in November, social media companies like Facebook Inc and Twitter have announced new rules for various post-… Read Article

Facebook bans 'Stop the Steal' phrase ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration

Under the Coordinating Harm policy, all content which is blacklisted will be removed from Facebook and Instagram

Read Article

Facebook drops 'likes' button from public pages, to focus only on followers

Facebook Inc has dropped the 'likes' button from its redesigned public pages used by artists, public figures and brands.

Read Article

Facebook redesigns public pages, drops 'likes' button

Social networking giant Facebook Inc has dropped the “likes” button from its public pages after undertaking a redesigning exercise

Read Article

Facebook removes anti-vaccine 'fake news' in Israel: Government

Facebook has taken down content that spread lies in Israel against coronavirus vaccinations as the government seeks to drum up support for the programme, the Justice Ministry said on Sunday

Read Article

Soon, Facebook will be able to read your mind

Facebook is now developing a tool to read people’s minds. No, this isn’t an extrapolation

Read Article

Facebook launches 'Collab' as TikTok's competition

The new app is specifically designed for musicians who can combine three 15-seconds long videos by stacking them on each other

Read Article

Top 10 world news today: China revokes visa exemptions for US diplomats, Pfizer documents hacked and more

Here are the biggest news stories of the day

Read Article

Australia to make Facebook, Google pay news outlets for content

Big Tech firms will have to negotiate how much they pay local publishers and broadcasters for content that appears on their platforms

Read Article

Blood samples of pregnant women used by venture linked to Zuckerberg without consent

Blood samples of Danish women who were participating in a public research project were found in possession of an organisation connected to Zuckerberg

Read Article

Fair tax contribution: 75 major tech players sign the French initiative

Tech big-hitters such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, Snapchat, and Huawei have also signed the initiative

Read Article

Roiled by election, Facebook struggles to balance civility and growth

The change was part of the “break glass” plans Facebook had spent months developing for the aftermath of a contested election

via The New York Times
Read Article

In a first, Facebook offers estimate of hate speech prevalence on its platform

Facebook's rivals Twitter and YouTube, owned by Alphabet Inc's Google, do not disclose comparable prevalence metrics

Read Article

Facebook content moderators urge for safety precautions amid pandemic

The content moderators are responsible for keeping the platform free of hate speech and false information, which has played a very important role during the pandemic and the recently concluded US…

Read Article

Facebook extends ban on US political ads for another month

As election misinformation continued to rage online, Facebook Inc said on Wednesday its post-election ban on political ads would likely last another month, raising concerns from campaigns and…

Read Article

Facebook takes down group 'Stop The Steal' alleging voter fraud by Democrats

The US election 2020 has divided the country: With Trump supporters calling for a recount and alleging election fraud, and Biden camp preparing to take over the presidential duties

Read Article

US election 2020: How Facebook, Twitter differ on labelling Trump's election posts

Social media companies put warning labels on multiple posts by President Donald Trump that falsely claimed victory in the US election and pushed unfounded allegations about the counting of…

Read Article

Facebook India's policy head Ankhi Das quits amid political controversy

Facebook Inc announced on Tuesday that the company's top lobbyist in India Ankhi Das has quit, in the midst of a controversy over how Facebook regulates and manages political content in the…

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Now you can play cloud-based games on Facebook!

On Monday, Facebook Inc launched a cloud gaming feature on its Facebook platform. The free service allows users to play and stream games without downloading them

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Japan likely to join US, Europe in regulation of Big Tech companies

Japan is likely to join the United States and Europe to regulate the “Big Tech” companies

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Twitter changes policy on hacking after Biden censorship expose fiasco

Twitter policy chief Vijaya Gadde tweeted that the company has made the decision after receiving feedback on its enforcement earlier

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From Instagram to Whatsapp: Victims of Facebook's 'buy and bury' strategy

Facebook has been accused of "buy or bury" strategy to snap up rivals and keep smaller competitors at bay. The social media giant's monopoly is known to all.

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How social media companies will handle post-US election scenarios

In the run-up to the US election 2020 in November, social media companies like Facebook Inc and Twitter have announced new rules for various post-election scenarios.

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