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Facebook Supports Political Ad Bill and Puts Limits on ‘Issue Ads

  For the first time on Friday, Facebook Inc. backed proposed legislation that would require social media websites to reveal the identities of those who purchase online political campaign ads. The social network also introduced a new verification process for buyers of ‘issue’ ads, which have previously been used for sowing discord on the internet. ...
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Mark Zuckerberg Had to Apologize for The Actions of Facebook Director

Internet has shown the world that even the greatest people of the world could make huge and silly mistakes. There have been several instances on the internet where some big personality made some seriously offensive comments and then had to apologize. Such a thing has recently happened with Facebook as the director of the world’s ...
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Facebook to Enable Safety Check More Widely

The largest social network activated its Safety Check tool during the terrorist attacks that occurred in Paris on Friday, which helped a lot of people in assuring their friends and family about their safety. Amidst criticism from other countries, Facebook said that it would activate it more widely. Nevertheless, deciding when to activate the Safety ...
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Facebook Opts for Old Methods for Advertising

The world’s biggest social network made its fortunes by convincing the marketers to devote their advertising budgets to internet marketing. However, now Facebook is embarking on its own advertising campaigns and the most unique part about this is the social network has chosen to use old-fashioned formats such as television and billboards to do so. ...
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Facebook’s Not Happy With Federal Drug Agency

The biggest social network of the world, Facebook is seeking assurances from the Drug Enforcement Administration. Apparently, Facebook isn’t very happy that the DEA is actually operating fake profiles and pages on the social network as a part of their ongoing investigations.  Joe Sullivan, the chief security officer of the social network, sent a letter ...
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Facebook Courting TV’s Market with Video Ads

Finally, the day has come when the biggest social network of the world released its long-awaited feature of video advertisement. The primary purpose of the social network for making this move is to diversify its revenue by taking advantage of the television-marketing budgets. It was in December when Facebook started testing the 15 second spots, ...
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