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Third Party Fact Checkers Will Now Check Facebook for Fake News

Four third party sites will help check the news on Facebook for hoaxes and spam news. Snopes, FactCheck.org, Politifact, ABC News and AP will help Facebook with this endeavor. Earlier, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg mentioned the steps the company was taking in order to solve the problem. Four of these have been completed thus far. The necessary steps were to: ...

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Facebook Moments Photo Sharing Service Is Now Available On Web

Facebook has been hard at work recently on making its secondary service more accessible and Moments is one of those centerpieces. The Photo-sharing app has been available on only mobile by now, but Facebook is slowly expanding its reach with a web-based version too. There isn’t much functionality currently available to this version, which is not meant to complement either ...

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Facebook fixes faulty Live reactions count and other metrics

Facebook has kept its promise to be more transparent after it discovered that its system has been embellishing video views and ad data. The social network has admitted to (and fixed) a few more faulty metrics, starting with Live video reactions. You know those reaction emojis that flow across your screen while you’re watching Facebook Live? Well, you can “react” ...

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Facebook now lets anyone make their own Snapchat-like photo frame

Facebook continues to flesh out its in-app camera features, releasing a new tool that lets members of the public create and submit their own custom photo frames for others to use. Like Snapchat’s geo-filters, the frames have to surround — but not obscure — the subject, and offer some connection to a local event or location. You could make one ...

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Facebook opens Marketplace to take on eBay and Craigslist

If you visit Facebook today, the chances are that you’ll come across someone trying to sell something. It could be a friend looking to make some money from an old smartphone or a thousand-strong parenting group looking to trade items for their little ones. Facebook has slowly introduced features to make it easier for people to list their items, but ...

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Facebook launches Messenger Lite app for basic Android phones

Facebook has come out with a “lite” version of its Messenger app, in a bid to reach users in emerging markets where mobile internet connections are slow. In a blog post published Monday, the company described Facebook Messenger Lite as a “slimmed down version of Messenger” designed for basic Android phones with low memory. The app rolls out today to ...

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Facebook will use Whatsapp users’ personal data

As you know that Whatsapp is also by facebook company before two years ago. Now Facebook management change the privacy policy of whatsapp and allow users data to share on facebook for the purpose of getting ads. The companies says that there is not security risk to your whatsapp messages on your facebook timeline, or your status updates being sent ...

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