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Facebook resists deleting “I Want to F**king Kill Donald Trump” page

Facebook resists deleting “I Want to F**king Kill Donald Trump” page

Amidst some controversies and despite signing a pledge to remove “hate speech” within 24 hours, social networking giant FB has refused to delete the page “I Want to F**king Kill Donald Trump”. This page has been online for almost couple of months and despite Fb’s joining hands with Twitter, YouTube, Microsoft and the European Union to ban “racist, violent and illegal content”, it has not adhered to the promise. As per a report published in info-wars.com, the company has also vowed to promote “independent counter-narratives” that encourage “non-discrimination, tolerance and respect.” Despite being flagged by Fb users on multiple occasions, a “cause” page entitled “I Want to F**king Kill Donald Trump” remains active over 7 weeks after it was created. The profile picture for the page features an image of Trump in make-up with a newspaper headline that reads “Dead Clown Walking”. The most recent post on the page shows an image of Trump as a corpse and is captioned, “What is your weapon of choice?” above an image of a knuckle duster, a brick and a golf...
Facebook to track non-users around the internet

Facebook to track non-users around the internet

New York: In an offer to extend its client base, online networking giant Facebook has announced it will begin displaying ads to web clients who are not individuals from its informal community. “Facebook will use cookies, `like` buttons and other plug-ins embedded on 3-party sites to track members and non-members alike,” a report in The Wall Street Journal said. The company said it will be able to better target non-Fb users and serve relevant ads to them. “Publishers and app developers have some users who are not Fb users. We think we can do a better job powering those ads,” Andrew Bosworth, vice president of Fb`s ads and business platform, was quoted as saying. Meanwhile, Facebook`s practices have gone under feedback from controllers in Europe over security concerns. Facebook began displaying a banner notification at the top of its News Feed for users in Europe from Friday, alerting them to its use of cookies as mandated under an EU directive. Fb believes that targeted advertising can more accurately target non-members using the vast amounts of data it already has on the around 1.7 billion people who use the site, the report...
Facebook ‘Reactions’ failed to engage users

Facebook ‘Reactions’ failed to engage users

The additional “Reaction” buttons that social media giant Facebook introduced next to the “Like” button this session have failed to charm users, a study as a outcome. The study by social media analytic and bench marking tool for experienced Quintly got that “Reaction” emoticons are underused till date. Quintly filtered 130,000 posts and got that users rarely take the time to give their judgment about a post and prefer to simply “Like” it and scroll on, techtimes.com reported on Tue. In February, five new “Reaction” buttons were added to allow people to display feedback like sad, wow, angry love and haha. “About 97% of interactions consist of likes, comments and shares. This simply shows how little the other backlash are used,” the findings showed. The study indicated that videos obtain up to 40% more “Reactions” than images. Users tend to use the “wow” response much more when dealing with videos. The “angry” reaction was used twice as much with video content when pitted against image...
Facebook adds free group calling to Messenger app

Facebook adds free group calling to Messenger app

New Delhi: Social network giant Facebook on Wed announced that it is starting to roll out free group voice calls to users of its Messenger application. It said the latest feature will be available to all iOS and Android users worldwide for free over the next 24 hours. “From any group talk, just tap on the phone icon to initiate a group call. You can then manage individual participants on the other screen,” Messenger’s chief, David Marcus, wrote in a Facebook post about the feature. As of now, group calls are currently limited to 50 participants, reports Mashable. Facebook’s new feature makes Messenger more competitive with other communication services like Google Hangouts, Skype, and Slack, which already offered group voice...
Look what’s new on Facebook this year!

Look what’s new on Facebook this year!

New Delhi: The very popular social networking site FB surely knows how to keep its user happy. This year, several new features has been added to the site and it’s Messenger app to make it more handy to the users. Here are some of the new features on Facebook and its Messenger app: Messenger Codes FB has added a new feature to it’s Messenger app called ‘Messenger Codes’ where users can easily start the conversations when they meet someone new, just by scanning the unique code given to them. Auto captioning for video ads FB has introduced automated captioning for sound-off videos, among other features. The new tool generates captions for video ads and delivers them to the advertiser within the ad creation tool to review, edit and save to their video ads. Facebook Live A new feature called ‘Facebook Live’ has been introduced on the FB this year. This feature enables the users to interact with their friends and users real-time through live...
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