Breaking News
You are here: Home / Social Media / Facebook

Category Archives: Facebook

Feed Subscription<

Facebook invites applications for its London-based deep tech startup accelerator LDN_LAB

  Facebook has announced a new chapter of its LDN_LAB accelerator with a focus on deep tech startups. Facebook announced the initiative this week, having opened its startup incubator LDN_LAB in London in February 2018. Startups have until September 6 to apply for the program, while classes will starts at Facebook’s office in central London early November. The… Read More »

Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on LinkedInPin it on PinterestSubmit to redditSubmit to StumbleUponShare on Tumblr

Trump warns Google, Facebook, Twitter to tread carefully

US President Donald Trump warned Google, Facebook and Twitter to tread carefully on Tuesday after recently accusing internet and social media firms of political bias and censorship, without providing evidence. In an early-morning tweet, the president claimed that Google News only shows news from the “National Left-Wing Media;” suggested that doing so might be illegal; alleged that “Google… Read More »

Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on LinkedInPin it on PinterestSubmit to redditSubmit to StumbleUponShare on Tumblr

Facebook bans first app – myPersonality – since Cambridge Analytica and suspends hundreds more

Facebook  announced today that it had banned the app myPersonality for improper data controls and suspended hundreds more. So far this is only the second app to be banned as a result of the company’s large-scale audit begun in March; but as myPersonality hasn’t been active since 2012, and was to all appearances a legitimate academic operation…. Read More »

Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on LinkedInPin it on PinterestSubmit to redditSubmit to StumbleUponShare on Tumblr

Facebook Acquired Email Startup Redkix

With an eye toward its Workplace by Facebook enterprise offering, Facebook announced it has acquired Redkix, a startup that provides tools to communicate more effectively by combining email with a more formal collaboration tool. The companies did not reveal the acquisition price. Facebook made the purchase in hopes of building out its own communication features inside Workplace, the enterprise version… Read More »

Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on LinkedInPin it on PinterestSubmit to redditSubmit to StumbleUponShare on Tumblr

Facebook reveals it shared user data with dozens of companies

Facebook has admitted providing dozens of hardware and software makers, as well as application developers with special access to user data after publicly saying it restricted such access in 2015. According to 747 pages of documents delivered to Congress late Friday, the social networking giant continued sharing information with 61 hardware and software makers after it said it… Read More »

Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on LinkedInPin it on PinterestSubmit to redditSubmit to StumbleUponShare on Tumblr

Facebook to allow users view all active ads running on Pages

Transparency is Facebook’s new favorite word after its recent privacy blunders. On Thursday, the social media giant announced that it will allow users to see all the active ads a Facebook page is running across Facebook, Instagram, Messenger and its partner network making online ads more “transparent” to its users. The change lets people see all of… Read More »

Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on LinkedInPin it on PinterestSubmit to redditSubmit to StumbleUponShare on Tumblr

Facebook mistakenly sent developer reports to app testers

According to TechCrunch, Facebook accidentally leaked analytics reports from developers to app testers. A developer contacted TechCrunch with the news that a Facebook App Analytics summary email had been sent to someone outside their company; the email contained private data like weekly average users, page views and new users, according to the report. Facebook confirmed to TechCrunch that 3 percent… Read More »

Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on LinkedInPin it on PinterestSubmit to redditSubmit to StumbleUponShare on Tumblr

Facebook launches Live Game Shows

Facebook announced a series of changes to its live-streaming, notably an HQ Trivia-like game-show platform, aimed at expanding the kinds of offerings that content creators can use on its social network. To date, Facebook Live videos have largely offered users a passive viewing experience. You mostly just sit there, watch, and occasionally hit the like button to show… Read More »

Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on LinkedInPin it on PinterestSubmit to redditSubmit to StumbleUponShare on Tumblr
Close
Please support the site
Let's connect on our social media pages

Facebook

Twitter

Google+