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Private messages from 81,000 Facebook accounts advertised for sale by Russian hackers 

Russian hackers are selling private messages from 81,000 Facebook accounts online, an investigation has found.  

 

The messages were posted on a forum by hackers claiming to have access to the personal data of 120 million accounts, offering to sell them at 8p per profile, according to the BBC.

Facebook has denied hackers gained access to its servers and instead blamed the breach on users who have installed malicious web browser extensions that can store private messages.

Source - Read More: www.telegraph.co.uk

 
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Please stop trying to use Facebook to call the police, cops say  

Law enforcement agencies use Facebook as a way to communicate with the communities they police. They post important public service announcements, and get useful tips from citizens. But they are imploring people: don’t use Facebook Messenger to contact them in emergency situations.

Source - Read More: qz.com

 
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How Companies Can Avoid Death by Rising Advertising Costs

Follow these three tips for cost-effective content marketing and social media strategies to stake your spot in the digital ad space and grow.

Source - Read More: www.entrepreneur.com

 
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How to embrace brand culture through digital experiences

The retail industry is constantly evolving. Brick and mortar was once the only way to shop, but as the retail experience moves online, it’s up to brands to maintain in-store authenticity in their digital culture.

Here are three ways that brands can embrace their company culture in their online experiences:

Source - Read More: www.smartbrief.com

 
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Facebook: You think Messenger is too cluttered, so we’ve just made it simpler

Facebook thinks the Messenger mobile app has become too cluttered for its 1.3 billion users, and is rolling out a new version that addresses that complexity, plus lays the groundwork for its Stories ad business.

 

Facebook’s simplified navigation and top and bottom tab menus are getting overhauled, the company has announced.

 

Today’s five buttons on the bottom include Home, People, the camera button, Games, and discover. The new app will have just three tabs: Chats, People, and Discover.

Source - Read More: www.zdnet.com

 
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