Facebook said that the only people who were affected were those who agreed to have their audio messages transcribed. That makes it sound like users agreed to have their chats read by third parties. Not so.
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Instagram is to test a new tool which will allow users to report content they believe is misinformation. The Facebook-owned social media platform said it would launch the new trial feature at the end of August.
Hopes of an edit button flying onto Twitter anytime soon are fading after a senior executive indicated that it is not a primary concern for the social network.
Snapchat has unveiled the third generation of its camera-enabled Spectacles, which allow users to capture images and video to post to the social media site.
Facebook is taking the first major step in a plan to merge its systems and let users exchange messages among all its different mobile apps.
Twitter has revealed it may have used some people’s personal data to target them with advertising without their permission because of issues within the platform’s settings.
Facebook plans to attach its name to Instagram and WhatsApp, branding them “Instagram from Facebook” and “WhatsApp from Facebook”.
Facebook has announced the removal of hundreds of accounts from the social network originating in the Middle East.
Facebook’s “Like” button makes third-party websites responsible for processing people’s data under the European Union’s privacy rules, according to the EU’s top court.
Millions of young people are turning their personal Instagram accounts into “business” profiles to learn more about how their posts are performing. The trend has an unintended privacy consequence.