Facebook Sues Two Companies It Caught Selling Fake Instagram Followers
Oct 20th, 2020 15:05 UTC As part of Instagram’s ongoing crackdown on the scourge of fake followers leaving fake likes on the accounts of equally fake influencers, parent company Facebook announced earlier today that it filed
A Facebook contractor has reportedly contracted COVID
Oct 20th, 2020 11:16 UTC Although Facebook’s corporate employees can work remotely through June 2021, contracted content moderators began returning to offices last week.
Facebook moderators in India were pressured to return to the office despite COVID
Oct 20th, 2020 13:36 UTC Facebook moderators located in India were pressured by their employer, third-party contracting firm Genpact, to return to the office despite safety concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a
Facebook Blocks 2.2 Million Ads For Violating Political Campaign Rules
Oct 20th, 2020 10:19 UTC A total of 2.2m ads on Facebook and Instagram have been rejected and 120,000 posts withdrawn for attempting to “obstruct voting” in the upcoming US presidential election, Facebook’s vice president of
Facebook and Twitter Are Still Tinkering With Democracy
Oct 20th, 2020 15:15 UTC Social media companies are debuting strategies to prevent a repeat of the 2016 election. They may be backfiring.
Opinion: Twitter and Facebook are illegally helping the Biden campaign? Sorry, no
Oct 20th, 2020 09:50 UTC If Twitter’s and Facebook’s responses to the N.Y. Post’s Hunter Biden story qualify as illegal contributions, other companies break the law constantly.
Facebook has blocked 2.2 million ads for breaking its rules on elections ahead of the November vote
on 19th of Oct 2020 Facebook said it had stopped more than 2 million ads because the organizations behind them were not authorised to run political ads.
Use These 10 Facebook Ad Campaigns to Maximize Your ROI
Oct 20th, 2020 09:00 UTC When setting up your Facebook Advertising plan, increasing the awareness of your brand is a top priority. The best way to do that is to create targeted Facebook Ad campaigns that target prospects at
Senate Hearing on Facebook, Twitter Delayed after Opposition by Republicans: Report
Oct 20th, 2020 05:28 UTC The Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday delayed a vote to subpoena the heads of Facebook and Twitter after some Republicans on the committee expressed opposition to the move, Politico reported on
Home Affairs concerned with Facebook’s plans to create world’s ‘biggest dark web’
on 19th of Oct 2020 Department secretary said the plans could result in law enforcement playing ‘whack-a-mole’ where they chase criminals from platform to platform.