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Twitter Plans to Test New Conversation Features

Twitter is preparing to allow users to try brand-new functions such as status updates to motivate conversations among its users, a media report stated.In...

Twitter Accounts Still Vulnerable After Reported Fix, Say Experts

In spite of claims of a repair by Twitter, scientists at a Britain-based security company who earlier pirated accounts of numerous stars and journalists...

Facebook Messenger Spotted Testing Dark Mode in Select Countries

Facebook had revealed a huge redesign of its popular Messenger app back in May last year, during its annual developer conference F8. Since then,...

Facebook’s Leaked Content Moderation Documents Reveal Serious Problems

Facebook's countless material mediators worldwide count on a lot of unorganised PowerPoint presentations and Excel spreadsheets to choose what content to allow on the...

Twitter Falls Again After Being Dubbed ‘Harvey Weinstein of Social Media’

The Twitter stock nosedived over 12 percent after a well known Wall Street analyst called the micro-blogging platform the "Harvey Weinstein of social media",...

Twitter Is ‘Toxic Place for Women,’ Amnesty International states

Females have been informing Twitter for many years that they withstand a lot of abuse on the platform. A brand-new study from human rights...

Facebook Location Tracking for Ads Can’t Be Switched Off

You can attempt but you can't conceal appears to be the mantra of Facebook's advertising system that uses users' location to target advertisements. One...

Facebook Says Bug May Have Exposed Photos on Nearly 7 Million Users

Facebook stated Friday that a software bug impacting nearly 7 million users may have exposed a broader set of photos to app designers than...

Facebook Referred to Key EU Regulator Over Targeting Techniques

Britain's Information Commissioner has actually referred Facebook to Ireland's information watchdog, the lead authority for the social network under Europe's rigorous data law, over...

As Saudi medical trainees ordered home, Canada prepares for potential impact on hospitals

Health authorities across Canada were aiming to figure out Wednesday the prospective impact if about 800 medical residents and fellows from Saudi Arabia unexpectedly...