Facebook has told the US Senate that it has removed Kaspersky among the anti-viruses it recommends to users having malicious software.
Social media platform Facebook was hit by a global outage, that majorly affected the US and Mexico, while also targeting parts of South America and Europe.
Facebook told a Senate panel that it has detected “only what appears to be insignificant overlap” between targeting of ads and content promoted by a pro-Kremlin Russia group and by the presidential campaign of Donald Trump.
The European Court of Justice has stated that a consumer cannot file a class action lawsuit against Facebook. It ruled that he could sue the company in his home country.
Facebook’s two-question survey, the social media platform’s latest effort to curb fake news, has faced heavy criticism from users.
Confirm will wind down its operations and its employees will join Facebook in Boston. Confirm’s website listed 26 employees earlier this month.
Facebook down: It looks like Facebook was reportedly down for some users in India. The service appears to be back up.
Paris could become a centre for artificial intelligence R&D, as both Facebook and Google plan to increase AI budgets in the French capital.
News Corp chairman Rupert Murdoch has suggested in a letter that Facebook and Google should pay publishers for posting authentic news on their platforms.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said that the socil media platform will conduct user-based surveys, in order to establish trustworthy news sources.
Facebook, among many Silicon Valley companies facing the brunt of anti-trust policies in the EU, has said that i plans to open community skill hubs in the 27-member bloc.
“For phone conversations, they demanded between Rs 500 and Rs 5,000. They asked to be paid either through Paytm or online transfer. We have found Rs 20 lakh in their bank accounts, deposited since 2017. The transactions are being looked into,” the DCP said.
nstagram is testing two new features for Stories. The Facebook-owned company could soon allow people to post text-only Stories and notify users when someone takes screenshot of their Stories.
A report suggests that social network Facebook could be looking to extend its Stories feature for desktop as well. As per the report, Facebook believes Stories is the future of advertising.
Microsoft, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube signed a code of conduct with the EU in May 2016 to review most complaints within a 24-hour timeframe.