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How to Back Up or Export Your Twitter Lists

Twitter lists are the social network’s most underrated feature, but one of its most useful. You can use lists to follow a carefully curated topic without flooding your home feed, and can easily share those lists with others. But given...Show More Summary

Zack Snyder’s Short Film ‘Snow Steam Iron’ is Available Online

Zack Snyder’s short film Snow Steam Iron is now available to stream on the social network Vero. The arrival of the short comes at dark moment in the filmmaker’s career and this could provide some interesting insight into what the director...Show More Summary

Brands Can Now Tap Pinterest’s Pin Collective via a Self-Serve Custom Platform

Pinterest's Pin Collective is now more accessible to advertisers of all sizes following the introduction of a new custom platform. Pinterest formed Pin Collective last October as a way to give brands access to the social network's best content creators--publishers, production shops and individuals--to work directly with them on their campaigns. Show More Summary

Facebook’s Chance for China Starts This November, Says Mizuho

Mizuho Securities LLC’s James Lee today reiterates a Buy rating on shares of Facebook (FB), and a $230 price target, writing that the company could find an opportunity to bring the social network, at least in an abridged form, to China starting this November, as Chinese president Xi Jinping starts his second five-year term. Lee describes a recent trip […]

Facebook Has a New Group(s) Leader: Jennifer Dulski

Change.org president and chief operating officer Jennifer Dulski joined Facebook as product leader for the social network's groups team. Chief product officer Chris Cox announced the hire in a Facebook post, saying, "This is a big day for us because we've been trying to recruit Jen for a long time. Many of you already know...

Twitter banned almost 1 million accounts over the last 2 years for promoting terrorism (TWTR)

Twitter has banned almost 1 million accounts over the last two years for the promotion of terorrism. The social network said that its internal controls are allowing it to weed out accounts being used for "promotion of terrorism" earlier...Show More Summary

Maybe this is why Facebook rethought that whole “open and connected” thing

Facebook has been accused of not being forthcoming about all the ways the Russians may have used the social network to influence the U.S. election, and now Senate and House investigators are growing concerned that the company is withholding key information that could help them understand the extent of what went down. Show More Summary

Facebook: We don’t always 'get things right the first time' - CNET

The social network’s head of design talks about people misusing its products. He also fields questions about Snapchat Stories and Alexa.

Facebook: We don’t always 'get things right the first time' - CNET

The social network’s head of design talks about people misusing its products. He also fields questions about Snapchat Stories and Alexa.

Facebook AI Research Sets Up Shop in Montreal

Facebook announced last week that it will open a new research lab in Montreal dedicated to its artificial intelligence efforts. Yann LeCun, the social network's chief AI scientist, announced in a Newsroom post that the Montreal lab will be led by Prof. Joelle Pineau, who co-directs the Reasoning and Learning Lab at McGill University. According...

Pinterest Fielded More Requests for User Information in the First Half of 2017

Pinterest released its Transparency Report for the first half of 2017 last Friday. The social network received a total of 78 requests for information from law enforcement in the U.S. from January through March of this year--37 subpoenas, two court orders and 39 warrants. For the 37 subpoenas, some information was produced on 33, and...

Majority of Facebook's Australian-derived revenue is booked overseas

The social network booked AU$327 million of revenue from Australians locally compared to AU$492 million booked overseas.

Exclusive: Rohingya Activists Say Facebook Silences Them

5 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

The social network says it’s committed to helping the world ‘share their stories.’ But when people from Burma’s oppressed minority post, their stories have a habit of disappearing.

Facebook gives investigators new details on Russian ads - CNET

The social networking giant has given copies of ads and other information involving what it's learned from the 2016 election, according to a report in The WSJ.

Facebook’s Fast Move to Clean Up Its Ad-Targeting Categories

Facebook responded quickly to a report by ProPublica that it was able to target ads on the social network to anti-Semitic categories. Julia Angwin, Madeleine Varner and Ariana Tobin of ProPublica reported Thursday that topics such as "Jew hater," "How to burn Jews" and "History of 'why Jews ruin the world'" enabled potential advertisers to...

Facebook halts ad targeting of profile details abused by users

In a swift response to the news that advertisers were able to target anti-Semitic phrases on Facebook, the social network has shut down “self-reported targeting fields” in the ad system until further notice. Read More

Facebook Is Considering Allowing Users to Hit the Snooze Button

Facebook users who need to take a temporary break from posts by friends, pages or groups without unfriending, unfollowing or leaving will be very happy with a feature the social network is currently testing. Facebook confirmed that it is testing a snooze feature, spotted on desktop earlier Thursday by Josh Constine of TechCrunch, with a...

Facebook reportedly opening AI office in Montreal

Facebook is expanding its AI team to Montreal, in a move that will allow the social networking giant to tap into a hotbed of AI talent in and around the city. Joelle Pineau, the co-director of McGill University’s Reasoning and Learning Lab, and the incoming president of the International Machine Learning Society, will lead the lab. […]

Facebook let marketers target ads to 'Jew Haters' - CNET

The social network says it has since removed those anti-Semitic advertiser categories.

Report: Facebook allowed ads to target "Jew haters"

ProPublica discovered it could purchase ads on the social network using anti-Semitic criteria

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