Facebook has announced new tools for video creators, in an app called Facebook Creators, to rival YouTube’s hold on video and streaming services.
In their bid to fight fake news and help readers identify trustworthy news sources, Facebook, Google, Twitter and several media organisations have joined the non-partisan ‘The Trust Project’.
Facebook Marketplace comes to India: India is the 36th country to get the feature, which comes a year after it was first launched in US.
Facebook has introduced four new cross-border solutions to help businesses connect to the new mobile economy globally, including in India.
Facebook Inc is in negotiations to lease a new London office close to the planned headquarters of Google, two people with knowledge of the talks said.
Facebook Inc, Twitter Inc and Google parent Alphabet Inc agreed to turn over information to Congress on Russian entities purchasing ads that may have been used to manipulate US energy markets
The programme in collaboration with Facebook, according to the Home Ministry, will be piloted in two disaster-prone states — Assam and Uttarakhand.
As part of the effort, Facebook will make data from ‘Disaster Maps’ available to the NDMA and the Sustainable Environment and Ecological Development Society (SEEDS), a non-profit organisation working on disaster resilience.
Facebook is testing a new method to stop revenge porn that requires you to send your own nudes to yourself via the social network’s Messenger app.
Indian internet users largely consume music content on YouTube, while they prefer to catch news updates on Facebook, a study has showed.
Indonesia said today it would summon representatives of messaging services and search engines, including Alphabet Inc’s Google, to demand they remove obscene content, after WhatsApp complied with the request.
Already under lens for its role in Russia’s meddling into the 2016 US election, Facebook has admitted that up to 270 million accounts on the platform are either fake or duplicate.
Facebook has developed two new features yet to be tested: ‘red envelope’, to help users pay money, and a ‘breaking news’ tag, for publishers and news agencies.
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US lawmakers are pressing the company to identify users who were served about 80,000 posts on Facebook, 120,000 on its Instagram picture-sharing app, and 3,000 ads that the company has traced to alleged Russian operatives