The best messaging apps not owned by Facebook
Sep 19th, 2020 06:00 UTC But with Facebook operating the world’s largest messaging apps — the company owns both Instagram and WhatsApp in addition to the familiar, now ominous shade of blue that accompanies Messenger — many
John Carmack says he’s ‘kind of embarrassed’ over Facebook’s social VR during pandemic
Sep 19th, 2020 03:28 UTC Facebook Reality Labs’ John Carmack says he’s “kind of embarrassed” about Facebook’s social VR on Oculus headsets during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As Facebook struggles to fight misinformation ahead of the 2020 elections, Google is escaping the spotlight
Sep 19th, 2020 04:54 UTC Researchers say Google has laid low by refusing to share detailed data with researchers and letting Facebook get hit with most of the negative press.
Facebook is moving closer to local talent and key markets with a second African office in Nigeria
on 18th of Sep 2020 Facebook’s Lagos office will house a cross-section of teams from sales, policy and communications to engineering.
Facebook says it removed 1 million groups in past year for breaking rules
(Sep 2020) Facebook said Thursday it removed more than 1 million groups over the past year for breaking the platform’s rules, and took down more than 13 million posts for violating specific policies on organized
Facebook spied on Instagram users through their iPhone cameras, a new lawsuit claims
on 18th of Sep 2020 Facebook got access to “intimate” data by spying on Instagram users via their iPhone cameras, a lawsuit filed Thursday said.
WhatsApp-tracking apps are letting people figure out when you’re sleeping and who you’re talking to on the Facebook
on 18th of Sep 2020 WhatsApp prides itself on its approach to privacy. But it is sharing data publicly that reveals huge amounts about its users’ online habits.
Engagement with anti-vaccine Facebook posts trebles in one month
on 18th of Sep 2020 Engagement with anti-vaccine posts on a sample of UK Facebook pages trebled between July and August, analysis by the Guardian has found, triggering calls for a major new push to tackle conspiracy
How a fish chair tattoo inspired a Facebook group’s 300
on 18th of Sep 2020 At a second hand store in Baltimore, we found a first rate fish story. Last week, someone posted a picture of a bizarre chair on a Facebook page called “Weird Second Hand Finds That Just Need To Be
Facebook Stock Sits on Key Support – Here’s the Trade
on 18th of Sep 2020 Facebook stock is sitting on a critical level of support. Should it fail, it could usher in lower prices. If it holds, here’s what bulls will need to see next.