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Instagram Finally Adds Mute Feature

Finally, Instagram has announced two long-awaited feature: the ability to mute posts and and how much time you spend on the app. Mute will let you hide posts from certain people without unfollowing them. To the offending party, things will look normal, but their annoying photos or Stories will no longer clutter your feed. The… Read More »

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Twitter for Android is getting its own emoji

Twitter’s Android app looks a little different for many today: the platform now uses its own “Twemoji” emoji set rather than system emoji. The update will have the most effect for users on older Android versions, which lack some newer emoji. This is because users with lder versions of Android see little boxes with an… Read More »

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Progressive Groups Launch Ad Campaign to Break Up Facebook

A coalition of eight progressive advocacy groups launched a digital ad campaign on Monday calling on the Federal Trade Commission to, among other things, break up Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, and WhatsApp into separate, competing companies. The privacy and anti-monopoly groups are calling on the FTC to spin off Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger into competing networks,… Read More »

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Facebook Page Management: Five Things You Should Know

With more than 60 million Facebook Pages, brands are reaching millions on the social media platform. A report by We Are Social shows that posts on a brand’s Facebook Page reach 10.7% more people than its current number of followers. From this, 4.2% of users who see a Facebook Page’s post engage with it —… Read More »

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Twitter will hide tweets from annoying trolls

Twitter announced Tuesday that it will begin to hide all tweets from some accounts in conversations and search results. The goal is to identify and filter trolls and harmful users, based not on any specific tweet, but on how they use the social network holistically. Those tweets will still be available on Twitter, but users… Read More »

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Facebook Publishes Enforcement numbers –

On Wednesday, Facebook released a report detailing its enforcement efforts between October 2017 and March 2018. Metrics on enforcement included Graphic Violence Adult Nudity and Sexual Activity Terrorist Propaganda (ISIS, al-Qaeda and affiliates) Hate Speech Spam Fake Accounts In the report,its shown that Facebook took moderation action against almost 1.5bn accounts and posts which violated… Read More »

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