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Facebook wants to nudge you into meaningful online groups

At Facebook, mere “sharing” is getting old. Finding deeper meaning in online communities is the next big thing. CEO Mark Zuckerberg is no longer satisfied with helping people share baby pictures and live video via the social network he created.

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Mark Zuckerberg’s new mission for Facebook is bringing the world closer

Facebook is no longer just about “connecting the world.” Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg has written a new mission statement: to “give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together.” Facebook said it aims to have 1 billion people involved in “meaningful groups.”

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Move over Facebook, WhatsApp is a growing place for news sharing

WhatsApp has emerged as the top social platform for sharing news, which is starting to rival Facebook. According to Digital News Report 2017, which conducted the research in 30 countries and five continents, the use of WhatsApp for news has “jumped significantly” in the last year.

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Facebook’s Profile Picture Guard for India: Here’s what it does, and how to use

Facebook Profile Picture Guard is a new tool from the company, designed specifically for the Indian market. Profile picture theft is a serious problem in the Indian market, and Facebook, which has over 200 million users in India has decided to do something about it.

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Facebook rolls out tools to protect user’s profile photos in India: Here’s how to use

In its bid to empower women in India, Facebook has announced it is piloting new tools that will give them more control over who can download and share their profile pictures that include their faces. The company is exploring ways people could more easily add designs to profile pictures.

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Facebook’s Oculus fights sales ban for virtual-reality headset

ZeniMax Media Inc.’s request for a court order blocking sales of unspecified models of the Oculus Rift, which is priced at $600 with controllers, follows a $500 million verdict in February over claims that Oculus and some of its executives purloined proprietary information when they designed the headset prototype.

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Facebook bug might have exposed moderators to suspected terrorist groups

Facebook confirmed the security breach in a statement to Guardian, and said the company has fixed the issue. Further, according to the report, Facebook has made technical changes to “better detect and prevent these types of issues from occurring”.

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Facebook chases TV’s $70 billion stash with its own video series

With the $70 billion TV advertising market in its sights, Facebook Inc. is starting to bankroll the creation of video series that will begin to appear on the world’s largest social network later this year. Facebook is closing deals for its first batch of shows.

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Facebook deploys AI to fight terrorism on its network

Facebook and other internet companies face growing government pressure to identify and prevent the spread of terrorist propaganda and recruiting messages on their services. In most cases, Facebook only removes objectionable material if users first report it.

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Facebook chatbot may soon do bargaining for you

The bots were introduced by researchers at Facebook Artificial Intelligence Research (FAIR). Facebook claims the bots got smart enough to negotiate with humans such that they did not realise they were dealing with a machine. It has the ability to engage in a meaningful conversation.

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Facebook celebrates 30th anniversary of GIF, makes it available in comments

One of the biggest, and probably the most anticipated features is introduction of GIFs for comments. Yes, Facebook is finally rolling out the ability to add GIFs in comments. The feature is available for everyone on Facebook globally. Here’s how to use.

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SMEs learn from each other in digital environment, says Facebook survey

Small businesses in India are increasingly turning to each other to learn and share ideas in the contemporary digital economy a survey by Facebook has found. Businesses look to each other to master the new mobile environment, said the social media platform.

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Most apps share your data with Google, Facebook, claims study

More than 70 per cent of smartphone apps are reporting personal data to third-party companies like Google and Facebook, a new study has warned. When people install a new smartphone app, it asks for the user’s permission before accessing personal information.

Pakistan sentences man to death for blasphemy on Facebook

The conviction of Taimoor Raza, 30, follows a high-profile crackdown against blasphemy on social media by the government of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

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Facebook to move WhatsApp data from IBM Cloud to its own data centres

Facebook has decided to move the massive WhatsApp data from IBM Cloud to its own data centres. According to a report in CNBC, Facebook-owned WhatsApp, used by 1.2 billion people across the globe, has been one of IBM’s top five public cloud customers in terms of revenue