Over the long time Facebook has taken several steps to reduce false news and on Facebook. Currently, Facebook does not allow advertisers to run ads that link to stories that have been marked false by third-party fact-checking organizations. If Pages repeatedly share stories marked as false, these repeat offenders will no longer be allowed to advertise on Facebook.
Now, if a Page repeatedly shares stories that have been marked as false by third-party fact-checkers, they will no longer be able to buy ads on Facebook. If Pages stop sharing false news, they may be eligible to start running ads again.
As Tuesday, 26 September 2017 Twitter blog post, Twitter is testing doubling the length of its tweets to 280 characters, a move that overhauls the social network’s defining feature. Giving you more characters to express yourself. Twitter want every person around the world to easily express themselves on Twitter, so they are doing something new: […]
Google has released a new search app update for iOS, adding trending searches and instant answers. The trending searches appear to be national rather than specific to my location. In the “what’s new” discussion in the iOS App Store, Google says: See searches that are trending around you when you tap on the search box to start […]
When a business finds one of the best web design organizations, it’s miles important to discover the best balance between technology and artwork. Sounds easier than I expected! When you create a web experience, you need to consider the industry you are working with, the messages you want to deliver from your business, and the potential for […]