Instagram is now allowing users to add multiple images or videos to Stories in one move. The bulk upload tool allows users to add up to 10 photos or videos, though edits like stickers are still applied individually.
Facing unprecedented scrutiny, Facebook has released its Community Standards guidelines. Instead of overly general statements of what the social media platform allows, now you can read the rules that govern what you can post.
The U.K.'s best-known money-saving expert is fed up with Facebook's handling of scammers' ads that use his name as an endorsement for bogus financial products. And he's taking the company to court in a bid to finally sort it out.
The Facebook smart speaker, reportedly called Portal, was rumored to be launching at the F8 developer conference in May, but in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica news, the company is delaying it until October.
Photo-sharing site SmugMug has acquired fellow photo-sharing site Flickr from Yahoo (Oath Inc.) for an undisclosed sum. Don't worry, though -- Flickr isn't going anywhere, and may even finally receive the resources it's long deserved.
What are the social networks up to this week? Facebook is launching a slew of new tests, while facing scrutiny for housing discrimination on top of data practices. Pinterest now has prettier profiles for businesses (with more stats).
Be careful where you log in using Facebook credentials -- researchers recently uncovered vulnerabilities that allowed third-party platforms to access data using scripts after users logged in with their Facebook data on other websites.