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Facebook bans use of its data for surveillance

Facebook is prohibiting developers from using the massive amount of data it collects on users for surveillance. This includes using such data to monitor activists and protesters.

“Today we are adding language to our Facebook and Instagram platform policies to more clearly explain that developers cannot ‘use data obtained from us to provide tools that are used for surveillance,’” Rob Sherman, Facebook’s deputy chief privacy officer, wrote on the company’s privacy page.

Source: www.cbsnews.com

 
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Your Smartphone Is Now a Town Hall, Thanks to Facebook

The Town Hall feature began appearing in the More menu of the flagship Facebook application, and it provides a one-stop shop for following and contacting elected officials at the local, state and federal level.

Source: www.adweek.com

Facebook is changing the way we communicate not only with friends and family but also with elected officials.

 

 
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Facebook copies ANOTHER Snapchat feature with ‘Messenger Day’

Facebook is not yet done being a Snapchat copycat. The firm is rolling out a feature in Messenger called ‘Messenger Day’ that lets users decorate and share content that disappears in 24hrs.

Source: www.dailymail.co.uk

 
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Facebook tests ad breaks in all types of videos, giving creators a 55% cut

Facebook today announced it has begun testing ad breaks that interrupt on-demand video, using a small set of partners who will earn a 55 percent ad revenue..

Source: techcrunch.com

 
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How to get paid from Facebook to go live #facebookmarketing

If you meet the qualifications, you’ll receive an invitation to earn a portion of ad revenue.

 

This week the company said it will begin opening up paid live broadcasting to the general public. That is, folks who have over 2,000 followers and can get at least 300 people to watch one of their live broadcasts concurrently. Facebook will share 55% of the ad revenues with live broadcasters.

Source: www.usatoday.com

 
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