Tinder intends to integrate ephemeral videos in the application. Like Instagram, Facebook or Twitter, the application of ligues par excellence will soon incorporate the Stories.
This week Snapchat has made its first meeting with developers and partners to present the latest news of the app.
Twitter has announced that it is experimenting with tags to identify users who participate or comment on a thread.
Facebook is studying the possibility of adding a new tab to the news feed that includes quality and contrasted journalistic information.
Some of the deleted MySpace songs by mistake in March have been recovered. The company has published a catalog of re-established musical content, approximately 450,000 titles, although it represents only 1% of the total lost.
After a year of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook is once again facing another leak of its data on the web. Researchers at UpGuard, an Australian cybersecurity firm, have discovered Facebook data exposed publicly on Amazon’s cloud servers.
A plague. An illness. Something disgusting… These have been the qualifiers that Linus Torvalds, creator of the Linux operating system, has dedicated to social networks. And not all in general, but has pointed to three in particular: Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
On April 30th, all Facebook apps will no longer be available for Windows mobile devices. Instagram, Messenger and the Facebook app itself will no longer be accessible to their users, so they should use the web versions of these applications.
Some old publications of the creator of Facebook, Marck Zuckerberg, can no longer be consulted or have disappeared from the platform.
The instant messaging company WhatsApp has officially launched a new feature -in the testing phase a few weeks ago- that allows users to choose who can add them to a group chat.
Snapchat is working on new tools that make it easier for users to meet in person and give their location service a playful character.
Twitter has announced that from now on it will allow users with suspended accounts to appeal against the decision of the company through the app.
WhatsApp has launched Checkpoint Tipline, a message verification service for the upcoming April 11 elections in India thanks to an agreement with startup called Proto, which will be responsible for evaluating the content, calling it “true”, “false” or ” misleading”.
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YouTube, the main video platform in the world, is plunged into misinformation in the face of the growing viralization of conspiracy theories, sexual content and hate speech.