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Rival For YouTube ? Facebook rolls out Watch Video Service globally!

San Francisco/Los Angeles: Facebook Inc. is launching Watch Video Service, its video rival to YouTube, internationally and expanding the financial incentives that encourage people to share their content there. Video makers in five countries will be eligible to take a percentage of the ad revenue that comes from their content around


Did you know these features in WhatsApp? Check Out!

Almost every person who owns a smartphone uses WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned instant messaging app, which has now evolved into a multi-purpose platform. However, there are many lesser-known tricks that can help users get the most out of WhatsApp. From reading deleted messages to marking chats as “unread” to creating your own GIF, here


Facebook Data Leak – Nine Most Important Changes In Facebook That You Should Know!

Facebook data leak through Cambridge Analytica has been in news from past one month or so. Due to this incident Facebook was forced to take necessary actions to retain it’s reputation. So, let’s go through some of the changes Facebook has made effective from 9 April 2018 to restrict data

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Cambridge Analytica Data Leak : Mark Zuckerberg says ‘Sorry’ and Next Steps

In his first public statement after Cambridge Analytica’s misuse of Facebook data came to light, the social networking company’s Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said he is “serious about doing what it takes to protect our community.” In a long Facebook post, Zuckerberg also outlined the future steps the platform would

How to Stop Facebook From Accessing and Sharing Your Personal Data

Facebook  is accused of doing nothing to stop a data breach, which was discovered in 2015. Mark Zuckerberg has been summoned by MPs to attend a parliamentary committee and give evidence about the use of personal data by Cambridge Analytica. The British research firm are being accused of a data breach

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Facebook Data Leak : USA and UK Law Makers Furious

The leakage in the Facebook data sets a new issue on USA and UK.  The lawmakers from both the countries demanded Sunday that Facebook explain how a political data firm with links to President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign was able to harvest private information from more than 50 million Facebook