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Where can i find my Facebook settings?

Filed in Social Media by on July 14, 2021 0 Comments
Where can i find my Facebook settings?

Most adjustments we wish to make on our Accounts can be found in the Facebook settings. And the importance of this is indeed on a very reasonable percentage. These settings enable you customize your channel. (Customize? Can’t think of another word). Well to keep the text short about side talks, let’s hit the real deal […]

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Baltimore spy plane program was invasion of citizens’ privacy, court rules

Filed in Social Media by on June 25, 2021 0 Comments
Baltimore spy plane program was invasion of citizens’ privacy, court rules

A court determined Thursday that the city of Baltimore’s spy plane program was unlawful, breaking the Fourth Amendment’s prohibition on illegal searches, and that police enforcement in the city cannot utilize any of the data it obtained. The city stopped the Aerial Investigation Research (or AIR) program in February, which used planes and high-resolution cameras […]

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Microsoft CEO would ‘welcome’ iMessage on Windows

Filed in Social Media by on June 25, 2021 0 Comments
Microsoft CEO would ‘welcome’ iMessage on Windows

Apple’s iMessage conversation tool is one of the most effective ways to make you reconsider buying gadgets from other companies. However, if Apple changes its mind, Microsoft’s CEO says the business would “welcome” it on Windows 11. In a video interview with the Wall Street Journal, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella mentioned iMessage as an example […]

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Twitter is opening applications to test Ticketed Spaces and Super Follows

Filed in Social Media by on June 22, 2021 0 Comments
Twitter is opening applications to test Ticketed Spaces and Super Follows

Twitter is accepting applications for its Super Follows and Ticketed Spaces services, which will be tested in a limited capacity. Users in the United States can apply for each program separately through Twitter’s mobile app; Super Follows is only available on iOS, while Ticketed Spaces is available on both iOS and Android. Twitter will test […]

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Snapchat will let developers put their apps inside its TikTok copycat Spotlight

Filed in Social Media by on June 21, 2021 0 Comments
Snapchat will let developers put their apps inside its TikTok copycat Spotlight

Snapchat is making it easier for developers to market their products directly through viral content. It’s introducing Creative Kit for Spotlight today, which will allow app developers to provide users the ability to publish directly to Spotlight, Snapchat’s TikTok rival. Simultaneously, Snapchat users can explore material created on those applications and then effortlessly download it. […]

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Just In: Podcasts start coming to Facebook next week

Filed in Social Media by on June 21, 2021 0 Comments
Just In: Podcasts start coming to Facebook next week

On June 22nd, Facebook plans to launch its podcast product, which will include a feature that will allow listeners to create segments from their favorite shows. According to an email sent to podcast page owners that The Verge obtained, hosts can link their show’s RSS feed to Facebook, which will then automatically generate News Feed […]

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Amazon takes down a five-star fraud in the UK

Filed in Social Media by on June 20, 2021 0 Comments
Amazon takes down a five-star fraud in the UK

Thousands of five-star ratings appear to have been left in exchange for money or free products by Amazon’s top reviewers in the UK. Following an inquiry by the Financial Times, the business removed 20,000 product reviews. According to the FT’s data, Justin Fryer, the UK’s top Amazon reviewer, left a five-star rating once every four […]

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Facebook’s AI moderator will tell group admins when users are beefing in the comments

Filed in Social Media by on June 20, 2021 0 Comments
Facebook’s AI moderator will tell group admins when users are beefing in the comments

Facebook is releasing a set of new tools to assist group administrators in managing their groups. Some merely provide a clearer view of posts and members, while others are intended to assist administrators in resolving disputes, such as an AI-powered function that Facebook claims can detect “contentious or unhealthy conversations” in the comments. Conflict Alerts […]

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Facebook to update its community standards to clarify what it considers satire

Filed in Social Media by on June 19, 2021 0 Comments
Facebook to update its community standards to clarify what it considers satire

Facebook says it will revise its community standards to be clearer about how it handles satirical content, following a proposal from its Oversight Board, according to a blog post. According to the post, “We’ll add material to the Community Standards that makes it clear where we consider satire in our review of context-specific decisions.” “With […]

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