Fake news stories remain a problem for Facebook and those who use the platform. At a recent conference, the social media giant outlined its new plans for identifying fake news stories using a combination of A.I. and human fact-checkers.
After launching Facebook Watch subscriptions, Facebook is also testing a paid subscription for Groups. The tool would allow Group administrators to charge for exclusive content, while a portion of the group remains free, Facebook says.
A new survey conducted by the Gallup/Knight Foundation found that overall, Americans believe that 39 percent of the news they see, hear, or read is misinformation. They're even more skeptical of social media.
Move over, Vanna. Facebook's latest video tool allows creators to ask trivia questions and boot out viewers that get a wrong answer. The tool is designed to create interactive game show videos on Live, Facebook says.
Facebook has once again updated its advertisement policies. This time, the company is cracking down on ads related to firearms accessories and services. The company will still allow such ads on its platform, but will no longer allow…
Facebook is experimenting with a new gaming video "destination" that combines all the live and pre-recorded gaming videos posted on the network. Facebook splits its one-stop video showcase into five sections.
Apple announced several new privacy and cybersecurity features at WWDC 2018, specifically in its web browser, Safari. The company didn’t shy away from naming why it made the changes. It had Facebook right in its crosshairs.
In its latest gaffe, Facebook blamed a bug for making the private posts from 14 million users public during a four-day period. Facebook said it has fixed the problem and is beginning to notify affected users to check their posts.