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Facebook to face privacy lawsuit over photo-scanning technology

Social media platform Facebook is set to face the heat over a lawsuit, that claims the Mark Zuckerberg-led company vioalated users’ privacy by storing biometric details.

WhatsApp Terms of Service, Facebook WhatsApp collaboration, Google Play Beta Programme, Facebook Company Products, WhatsApp Business, email addresses, Google Play Store, smart messaging services

WhatsApp’s new Terms of Service shows collaboration with Facebook

A new Terms of Service spotted in Google Play Beta Programme shows that WhatsApp is collaborating with Facebook, in a bid to help monetise operations.

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Hackers could take over Tinder account with just one phone number

Tinder accounts could be vulnerable to risks from hackers thanks to just one mobile number, according to revelations made by cyber security company AppSecure.

WhatsApp Payments: Who will pay and who will gain?

How will WhatsApp Payments work? Is it safe, and is it private?

Social media platforms, friend circles, University of California Irvine, Facebook, digital spaces, post interactions, Instagram, filters and captions, post feedback, online images

Teenagers use social media posts to appear attractive to friends: Study

A new study has shown that teenagers who select images and videos across social media platforms, including Facebook and Instagram, appear more popular in friends circles.

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Facebook to verify political ad buyers through postcards

Social media platform Facebook will look to verify buyers of political ads through postcards, as the company will determine whether the individuals reside within or outside the US.

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Facebook, Twitter ill-equipped to stop repeat of 2016 US election meddling

US Special Counsel Robert Mueller has indicted social media companies Facebook and Twitter over political ads created by Russian actors over the course of the 2016 US elections.

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Facebook to roll out fix for bug in two-factor authentication

Social media platform Facebook has admitted to a bug in their two-factor authentication system, as users have reported receiving non-security related notifications from the company.

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Facebook forges ahead with kids app despite expert criticism

But critics say Messenger Kids serves to lure kids into harmful social media use and to hook young people on Facebook as it tries to compete with Snapchat or its own Instagram app.

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Facebook opens up Community Help feature to organisations, businesses

Facebook will enhance its Safety Check system with the Community Help feature, to ensure accurate information during a crisis.

European Union, social media platforms, EU law, Facebook, Google, anti-trust agencies, Twitter, online transparency, content removal, European consumers, contract terminations

European Union tells Facebook, Google and Twitter to do more for users

The European Unino has asked Google, Facebook and Twitter to increase efforts to align their functioning with laws of the 28-nation bloc.

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Facebook smart speakers Aloha and Fiona to launch in July 2018: Report

Facebook is working on two smart speakers with 15-inch displays and the launch might happen in July. The smart speakers are code-named Aloha and Fiona, respectively. 

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Facebook Stories can now be edited on desktop: Report

Facebook has unveiled a new photo editing feature that offers several tools to add text to Stories, colour filters, and stickers among others.

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Not our job to recruit journalists for content: Facebook

A Facebook executive has said that the social media platform will not recruit journalists to post content.

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German court rules Facebook use of personal data illegal

A German court has sued Facebook for infringing over private data, by saying that the social media network didn’t completely consent to users before storing information.