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Are we finally reacting to the disruptive supremacy of Facebook and Google? | Will Hutton
Germany challenges Facebook on personal data, Google agrees to police its ads: are these landmark events? The internet celebrated its 28th birthday a fortnight ago. It’s an invention that ranks alongside the wheel, immunisation against disease and the internal combustion engine as a transformer (...)
[The Guardian]

Is it wrong to unfriend or unfollow people I disagree with?
After Donald Trump was elected, I removed people on Facebook and Twitter to avoid upsetting myself. Am I part of the problem? Q: On Facebook and Twitter I unfriend or unfollow people I don’t agree with to avoid upsetting myself. Is this wrong and am I part of the problem that ended with Trump? (...)
[The Guardian]

Yes, Facebook, I am safe – no thanks for asking | Tim Burrows
Facebook turned on Safety Check during the Westminster attack. In telling friends you are ‘not marked as safe’, is it providing another avenue for fear? This morning, after reading the latest news updates about the terror attack on Westminster, I fired up Facebook. There I was met with an (...)
[The Guardian]

Facebook Live victim 'afraid to go home'
Police say the 15-year-old girl was assaulted in a Facebook live video viewed by at least 40 people.
[BBC]

Facebook Live victim 'afraid to go home'
Police say the 15-year-old girl was assaulted in a Facebook live video viewed by at least 40 people.
[BBC News]

Chicago girl allegedly sexually assaulted on Facebook Live as 40 watched
Police investigating alleged attack, which came to light when teenager’s mother approached police with screengrab photos A 15-year-old girl in Chicago was apparently sexually assaulted by five or six men or boys on Facebook Live, and none of the roughly 40 people who watched the live video (...)
[The Guardian]

'Disputed by multiple fact-checkers': Facebook rolls out new alert to combat fake news
Feature – which flags content as ‘disputed’ – trialled on story that falsely claimed thousands of Irish people were brought to the US as slaves Facebook has started rolling out its third-party fact-checking tool in the fight against fake news, alerting users to “disputed content”. The site announced (...)
[The Guardian]

Apple's Clips app creates social-friendly videos
The new standalone app creates slickly designed videos to share to social networks like Facebook and Instagram.
[CNN Money]

Internet Marketing Made Easy
For the first time ever, Internet marketing expert Lavell Frost reveals the secrets to how he uses a simple 2-step method to create a six-figure passive income online in his new ebook “Easy Evergreen Profits: The Definitive Guide To How To Make Money Online.” - - With so many people interested in (...)
[WebWire Electronic Internet commerce]

Group who got into BBC have done the same at Facebook
During the video, YouTuber Trikkstar zooms in on desks at reception where staff are seemingly unaware of him.
[BBC]

Group who got into BBC have done the same at Facebook
During the video, YouTuber Trikkstar zooms in on desks at reception where staff are seemingly unaware of him.
[BBC News]

Pakistan asks Facebook to help fight blasphemy
Pakistan says Facebook will send a team to discuss its concerns about "blasphemous content".
[BBC]

Pakistan asks Facebook to help fight blasphemy
Pakistan says Facebook will send a team to discuss its concerns about "blasphemous content".
[BBC News]

Facebook, Twitter and Google grilled by MPs over hate speech
Facebook, Twitter and Google are told by MPs to do a "better job" on hate speech and abuse images.
[BBC]

Facebook, Twitter and Google grilled by MPs over hate speech
Facebook, Twitter and Google are told by MPs to do a "better job" on hate speech and abuse images.
[BBC News]

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