Facebook challenges Australia by blocking news content

Facebook Challenges Australia by Blocking News Content

SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook has blocked some news content in Australia to protest a bill to force the social network to pay media In retaliation against a bill that intends to force the social network to pay for media in Australia, Facebook has blocked access to many news contents in the country. A decision that angered the Australian government on Thursday. As of […]

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Facebook is arguing that the new rules by Apple will severely impact people and the consumers, app developers and small businesses can lose out.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Reportedly Told Staff ‘We Need to Inflict Pain’ on Apple

It has been a while since two giants, Facebook and Apple have been in a tussle for user privacy issues. Apple has taken some steps in the past regarding privacy settings that have hurt Facebook. It has been a while since two giants, Facebook and Apple have been in a tussle for user privacy issues. […]

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Facebook is looking to launch Audio Lounges to copy clubhouse

After Twitter, Facebook Wants to Copy the Clubhouse App by Offering Audio Lounges

SOCIAL NETWORKS: About two million users visit Clubhouse every week Facebook has embarked on the design of audio chat rooms on the model of the Clubhouse application, already copied by Twitter. The Clubhouse platform, launched last spring, is only available on Apple-branded devices and by invitation but is already visited by some two million users every week. They have access to […]

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Facebook now prohibits saying that covid-19 vaccines are dangerous ...

Covid-19: Facebook Now Prohibits Saying that Vaccines are Dangerous …

Facebook has updated its rules of use to stop the spread of “fake news” about vaccines against coronavirus Covid-19. At least in theory. While its founder Mark Zuckerberg assured last September that the social network would not tackle discussions about vaccines, the company announced a new list of claims now banned on the platform. A first list had […]

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Delphine Jubillar disappeared during the night of December 15 to 16, 2020, in Cagnac-les-Mines in the Tarn.

Disappearance in the Tarn: A Mysterious Connection to Delphine Jubillar’s Facebook Account Raises Questions

An empty message from Delphine Jubillar, published Wednesday on a Facebook group and immediately deleted, thickens the mystery It is an empty message, posted Wednesday evening on a Facebook group to which the 33-year-old mother belongs, which caused the stir. Seeing this post emitted from the account of  Delphine Jubillar appear, before being almost immediately deleted, a close friend […]

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For Angela Merkel, the suspension of Trump's Twitter account raises questions

For Angela Merkel, the Suspension of Donald Trump’s Twitter Account Raises Questions

SOCIAL NETWORKS: The decision of Twitter over the suspension of Donald Trump’s Account is “problematic”, says the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel Following the incidents that occurred on January 6 in Washington, Donald Trump was banned from several social platforms. The outgoing president has indeed been held responsible for the incidents that led to the invasion of the seat […]

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Launched in 2014, Signal is considered by specialists as one of the most secure messaging applications on the market.

Instant Messaging: Signal Application Boom After New Rules Announced by WhatsApp

PRIVATE LIFE: Secure messaging app, Signal, tops downloads on Apple Store and Google Play platforms in several countries The secure messaging application is booming! Since its competitor WhatsApp warned Thursday that it would share more data with its parent company Facebook, Signal has been at the top of downloads on the Apple Store and Google Play platforms in several countries. […]

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From February 8, it will be mandatory to agree to share your data with other Facebook entities to continue using the WhatsApp service.

New WhatsApp Regulation: “The Facebook Group Seeks to Monetise Messaging”

WhatsApp will require its users to share their data with entities of the Facebook group. Me Merav Griguer, lawyer and teacher at Sciences-Po and Assas, deciphers the main issues of this regulatory change for users Whatsapp messaging usage data will be collected and shared from February 8th by the parent company Facebook. This decision, announced Thursday […]

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Telegram, GAB, Parler ... Diving into social cauldrons where hatred smokes

Telegram, GAB, Parler … Diving into Social Cauldrons Where Hatred Smokes

The decision of large networks like Twitter or Facebook to suppress accounts that are too radical and belligerent irrigates the smaller platforms which claim absolute freedom of speech. The assault on the Capitol is praised there “I’m scared for GAB, Andrew. With this new atmosphere in front of us, GAB is certainly going to be attacked and […]

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With the “Digital Services Act”, the new European legislation will impose on all platforms “the duty to cooperate” to remove hate content.

How Europe is Trying to Fight Online Hatred and Disinformation with its “Digital Services Act”

SOCIAL NETWORKS: With the “Digital Services Act”, the new European legislation will impose on all platforms “the duty to cooperate” to remove hate content The Digital Services Act, which will be presented on December 15 by the European Commission, will for the first time impose “means obligations” on social networks in the moderation of content. The […]

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