Facebook’s Oversight Board says it needs to be clearer about why users have content removed and a satire provision must be added to its Hateful Content Community Policy.
The new Podcasts feature is expected to begin rollout on 22nd June, with users able to publish to their Page, share and clip content.
The social media company is reportedly getting into the smartwatch business, but Facebook is yet to confirm whether it’s true.
The newly announced Digital Journalism Course will be offered in eight countries, including South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya.
Facebook has improved how it alerts users about Pages spreading misinformation but watch out, your account can now be flagged as well.
With reports of censorship over Pro-Palestinian posts on Facebook, now the company’s app is being trashed on the App Store and Play Store.
The DA’s Phumzile Van Damme described the move as “”Cowardly. Ill-advised. Ordering a storm unprovoked”.
Having exhausted its options, the Information Regulator is briefing attorneys to prepare an opinion on the way forward in terms of litigation.
The DA, and Phumzile Van Damme in particular, plan to probe Facebook on election misinformation during a Parliamentary meeting on 25th May.
WhatsApp says Germany’s claims are wrong and it will continue to roll out its update.
Facebook is taking a leaf out of Twitter’s playbook and that’s a good thing.
While the Oversight Board has upheld Facebook’s Trump ban, it has said that the decision must be reviewed later this year.
Facebook lets you target your advertising with incredible specificity, just don’t tell anybody.
Up to $50 000 in funding is available, with applications for the 2021 Facebook Community Accelerator Program closing on 31st May.
Facebook aren’t fans of the iOS 14.5 update so they’re asking users to give them access to their data so Instagram, WhatsApp and Facebook remain free.
After complying with demands to remove posts earlier this week, Facebook hid posts for a few hours regarding the hashtag #ResignModi.
As COVID-19 infections in India are on the rise, the government is seemingly more concerned with criticism its receiving on social media.