Small Russian Labels Balk at ‘Unfavourable’ Licensing Deals From VKontakte
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Small Russian Labels Balk at ‘Unfavourable’ Licensing Deals From VKontakte

The social network VKontakte — aka “The Russian Facebook” — which recently launched a paid…

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A look inside a ‘click fraud’ business worth $6000 (£3583.32) per month
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A look inside a ‘click fraud’ business worth $6000 (£3583.32) per month

If you’re an avid social media user, chances are you have seen fake profiles offering…

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Facebook’s ads are a threat to democracy: Activists
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Facebook’s ads are a threat to democracy: Activists

Facebook refuses to take down sick meme mocking Manchester bombing as it ‘doesn’t violate its standards’
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Facebook refuses to take down sick meme mocking Manchester bombing as it ‘doesn’t violate its standards’

Facebook is refusing to remove vile and upsetting memes which mock the 22 victims of…

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Facebook activates its Safety Check feature after London Bridge attack
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Facebook activates its Safety Check feature after London Bridge attack

Facebook has activated its Safety Check feature after the attack on London Bridge that has…

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Facebook Relooks Its Original Video Strategy
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Facebook Relooks Its Original Video Strategy

Just a few months ago, Facebook seemed to have little interest in original video, with…

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Facebook redesign its “trending topics” feature
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Facebook redesign its “trending topics” feature

Facebook on Wednesday unveiled its latest redesign to its “trending topics” feature — its latest…

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Twitter shares gain on word of Biz Stone’s return after six years
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Twitter shares gain on word of Biz Stone’s return after six years

Twitter shares gained Tuesday on word that co-founder Biz Stone was returning to the social…

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Thailand is threatening to sue Facebook over a video of its king
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Thailand is threatening to sue Facebook over a video of its king

In Thailand, strict lèse-majesté laws have brought a flag-bearer of free speech to its knees.…

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Former Facebook insider backs new Australian communications app Thred
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Former Facebook insider backs new Australian communications app Thred

Former Facebook insider and Silicon Valley native Chris Adams is hoping he’s got his hands…

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