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Eight major Canadian banks said on July 2 that they would heed a call by other major global advertisers to boycott Facebook, demanding the social network do more to tackle racist and other hate speech.
Facebook is mothballing Lasso, the app it quietly launched two years ago as a competitor to popular short-form video service TikTok, after it failed to get traction.
Facebook said on July 2 it would offer reminders to its users to wear protective masks, responding to the latest surge in US coronavirus cases, which has sparked renewed fears of containing the pandemic.
Twitter user Mariam Gómez claims to be “faithful to the homeland and the Cuban Revolution” on her account @mpgcibermambisa. But her profile picture, a woman showing her bare back, comes not from a real person but from an article about how gradual tanning is back.
Not a day goes by without another big brand pulling ads from Facebook and other social media, a campaign that is weakening advertising-dependent sites but whose ultimate impact remains uncertain.
For thousands of Indian content creators, TikTok was a window into fame and fortune.
The Covid-19 pandemic is creating a deeper appreciation for things such as one’s health, getting together with friends, the great outdoors – and printers. Yes, home printers, those clunky deskside contraptions of a bygone era, are suddenly making a comeback, and it may outlast this crisis.
Facebook disrupted a “violent US-based anti-government network” and vowed to give original news priority as it remained under fire for what it takes down and lets stay.
Facebook Inc chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg took the unusual step on June 26 of publicly broadcasting a weekly Q&A with employees. Over a live video feed, the CEO announced a series of updates to Facebook’s policies around hate speech – the central topic fueling a growing boycott of Facebook advertising.
An Indian ban on dozens of Chinese apps following a border clash between the two nations has possibly derailed a US$1bil India expansion plan of China's ByteDance, while also sparking an uproar from users of its popular TikTok video app.