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Glassdoor, Facebook, Apple, 100 Best Places to Work in the US, Google, Yahoo, World Wide Technology, VMware, LinkedIn, Adobe, SAP, SpaceX, Microsoft, Apple iPhones

Facebook best place to work in US, Apple ranks 84th: Glassdoor

According to hiring website Glassdoor, Facebook is the best company to work at, as Apple slips from last year’s 36th rank in the ‘100 Best Places to Work in the US’ list.

Facebook Messenger Kids, Facebook underage policy, social network Facebook, video-chat, Facebook stand-alone apps, parental control, Facebook Messenger, restricted access, parent-approved contacts

Facebook’s Messenger Kids rollout makes British lawmaker question ‘underage use’ policy

A British legislator has asked Facebook to remove its Messenger Kids app, claiming the social network has violated its underage policy.

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Facebook, despite 2 billion global users, found wanting at China’s internet conference

Like other tech giants, Facebook’s presence at the World Internet Conference in China pointed out the struggle that Silicon Valley companies face due to Xi Jinping’s surveillance regime.

Facebook Messenger Kids app in US for kids how to download use

Facebook Messenger Kids app rolled out in the US: Here’s all you need to know

Facebook Messenger Kids account needs to be setup by parents, who approve of contacts their child can talk to.

Facebook London HQ, Facebook engineering division, UK-based startups, Twitter, Google, Snap Inc, Russian propaganda, Brexit, European Union, Silicon Valley giants, River Thames, Battersea Power Station

Facebook, with London HQ, will have 50 per cent more workers in UK

The new hires – predominately in engineering roles and to be recruited over the next year – will bring the number of staff working for Facebook in the UK to 2,300.

Facebook, Google, Australia social network inquiry, social media platforms, digital content aggregators, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, Twitter, US elections Russian influence, Brexit referendum coverage, political ads, fake stories

Australia to assess Facebook, Google impact on fake news, advertising and propaganda

Australia will follow the US and UK in scrutinising Facebook and Google for influencing ads, fake news and digital news on their platforms.

Facebook London HQ, Brexit, Facebook engineering services, social network platform, British digital business, US digital giants, European Union, Google, Amazon, Facebook Workplace

Facebook opens London HQ; to create 800 UK jobs, be largest engineering hub outside US

Facebook has opened up its London HQ today, in a move that will transfer a lot of the social network’s operations outside the US.

Australia media disruption

Australia to probe Facebook, Google over media disruption

Australia’s traditional media companies have been squeezed by online rivals, as advertising dollars have followed eyeballs to digital distributors such as Google, Facebook and Netflix Inc.

Missing Arunachal girl found in Noida

A young girl from Arunachal Pradesh has been reported missing after travelling to Delhi to meet her Facebook friend.

Facebook new security feature, Facebook bots, user photo uploads, suspicious activity, Facebook captcha, authentic accounts, Facebook ads, payment requests, account verification, security precautions

Facebook may ask users to upload photo to spot humans, bots

Facebook may soon ask its users to upload a photo that clearly shows their face to prove that they are not a bot.

Facebook AI software, artificial intelligence, terrorist content, ISIS, Al Qaeda, British PM Theresa May, Google, YouTube, Twitter, Microsoft, extremist propaganda, social media platforms, data encryption, Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism

Facebook spots extremist content by artificial intelligence, before user reports

Facebook has said that its AI-based system can recognise and remove extremist content on the social networking site before users need to report it.

Australia media disruption

Facebook to extend artificial intelligence, help detect and prevent suicides

A new Facebook pattern recognition program has been rolled out globally by the social media giant, to help recognise users who are considering committing suicide.

Facebook election registration, Election Commission, young Facebook users, youth, election Register Now, National Voters' Services Portal, Chief Election Commissioner, digital community, Every Vote Counts, poll panel

Facebook joins hands with Election Commission to encourage youth voting

Under a new pact, the Election Commission has asked Facebook to remind users turning 18 to register themselves as voters.

Facebook Messenger, Snapchat Streaks, Facebook Messenger chat feature, Snapchat photo-sharing, WhatsApp, Snapstreak, Instagram, Snapchat monthly active users, public communication

Facebook Messenger to create chat feature similar to Snapchat’s ‘Streaks’

Facebook Messenger is working on a feature similar to Snapchat’s “Streaks” which is an addictive game that encourages friends to send messages back and forth for consecutive days.

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Facebook investor Peter Thiel sells three-quarters of remaining stake

Facebook Inc’s first major investor Peter Thiel has sold three-quarters of his remaining stake in the social network as part of a previously established trading plan