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‘Problematic’ And ‘Perplexing’: European Leaders Side With Trump Over Twitter Ban
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‘Problematic’ And ‘Perplexing’: European Leaders Side With Trump Over Twitter Ban


While resolutely condemning last week’s violence in Washington, D.C., several high-profile European leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, have objected to social media companies like Facebook and Twitter banning the president, suggesting that it violates his right to free speech and arguing that governments, not private companies, should be in charge of regulating Big…

Instagram Will Hide Some User Comments As Part Of New ‘Anti-Bullying’ Features

Instagram Will Hide Some User Comments As Part Of New ‘Anti-Bullying’ Features


Instagram announced Tuesday the launch of  two new anti-bullying features, one that will hide potentially offensive comments from view and another to expand warning messages to users who repeatedly post comments that are reported by others, the latest move by a social media platform to improve moderation of its user-generated content. KEY FACTS - In a blog post, the social media giant shared…

Facebook, Instagram Users Will Soon Be Able To Send Each Other Direct Messages

Facebook, Instagram Users Will Soon Be Able To Send Each Other Direct Messages


Facebook will soon allow people on the social media platform to send direct messages to Instagram users and vice versa, the social media giant said in a blog post, signaling the first step in the company’s plan to unify messaging systems across all of its platforms, which also includes WhatsApp. KEY FACTS - Instagram’s inbuilt instant messenger will also be updated to include a few…

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Facebook Will Let Users Turn Off Political Ads

As the U.S. prepares for the 2020 election, Facebook announced Tuesday that users will be able to block seeing all political ads—months after the company drew criticism for allowing politicians to lie in them. KEY FACTS - Facebook and…


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Half Of Facebook’s Employees May Permanently Work From Home By 2030, Zuckerberg Says

CEO Mark Zuckerberg anticipates that half of Facebook’s workforce will permanently work from home by 2030 as the company gradually shifts to allow for permanent remote work, Zuckerberg announced Thursday, signaling how the coronavirus…


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Facebook Will Reportedly Allow Employees To Work From Home Until The End Of 2020

Facebook employees will have the option to continue working from home through the end of 2020, CNBC reported, in the lengthiest remote work announcement to date from a major tech company. KEY FACTS - Facebook will officially open offices…


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Twitter Says Hackers Accessed Direct Messages From 36 Users, Including One Dutch Elected Official

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Instagram Bans All Content Promoting LGBT Conversion Therapy

Instagram Bans All Content Promoting LGBT Conversion Therapy

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Trump Administration ‘Certainly Looking At’ Banning TikTok In The U.S., Pompeo Says