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Facebook Expands Availability of Local Alerts in Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic

Facebook Expands Availability of Local Alerts in Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic Facebook is expanding access to its local alerts feature to more municipal governments, state and local emergency response organizations and law enforcement agencies in order to help them share timely and accurate information in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The social network

Facebook Expands Availability of Local Alerts in Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic2020-03-12T17:15:43-04:00

Nextdoor Enables Local Public Agencies to Bring Relevant Coronavirus Information to Their Areas

Nextdoor Enables Local Public Agencies to Bring Relevant Coronavirus Information to Their Areas Neighborhood social network Nextdoor shared ways that local public agencies can deliver information related to the coronavirus pandemic on a hyper-local basis. Nextdoor said it has been "in ongoing contact" with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health

Nextdoor Enables Local Public Agencies to Bring Relevant Coronavirus Information to Their Areas2020-03-11T18:55:10-04:00

Twitter Makes Several Changes to Its Developer Policy

Twitter Makes Several Changes to Its Developer Policy Twitter detailed several updates to its developer policy Wednesday. Head of API (application-programming interface) policy Donald Hamblock said in a blog post that since the social network implemented its new developer review process in July 2018, it has reviewed over 1 million developer applications for API access,

Twitter Makes Several Changes to Its Developer Policy2020-03-11T18:20:16-04:00

Why YouTube Users Watched What They Watched in the Past 24 Hours

Why YouTube Users Watched What They Watched in the Past 24 Hours YouTube asked more than 12,000 people worldwide between the ages of 13 and 64 why they watched what they had watched in the past 24 hours and shared its findings in a Think With Google blog post. The participants watched a wide variety

Why YouTube Users Watched What They Watched in the Past 24 Hours2020-03-11T07:00:40-04:00

Instagram’s Coronavirus Efforts Mirror Those of Parent Company Facebook

Instagram’s Coronavirus Efforts Mirror Those of Parent Company Facebook Instagram detailed its efforts to keep its users safe and informed with regard to the coronavirus, which basically mirror those of parent company Facebook. We're working to keep the Instagram community safe and informed on COVID-19. Here's an update on some of the changes we've made

Instagram’s Coronavirus Efforts Mirror Those of Parent Company Facebook2020-03-06T18:05:50-05:00

Google Updates Its Coronavirus Efforts Both Inside and Outside of the Company

Google Updates Its Coronavirus Efforts Both Inside and Outside of the Company Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai detailed the company's efforts to deal with the coronavirus in a blog post Friday, based on an email he sent to employees earlier in the day. The company established a 24-hour incident-response team to stay in sync

Google Updates Its Coronavirus Efforts Both Inside and Outside of the Company2020-03-06T17:40:17-05:00

Twitter Expands Its Rules on Hateful Conduct

Twitter Expands Its Rules on Hateful Conduct Twitter expanded its policies against hateful conduct to include language that dehumanizes on the basis of age, disability or disease. Dehumanizing people on the basis of religion was added to the rules last July. Twitter said in a blog post that when tweets breaking these rules are reported,

Twitter Expands Its Rules on Hateful Conduct2020-03-05T18:45:53-05:00

Facebook’s Political and Issue Ad Policies, Transparency Tools Added to 32 Countries

Facebook’s Political and Issue Ad Policies, Transparency Tools Added to 32 Countries Facebook is bringing its political and issue ad policies and transparency tools to 32 more countries, effective in mid-March. The social network said in a blog post that the policies and tools are being added in Australia, Belize, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Chile, Colombia,

Facebook’s Political and Issue Ad Policies, Transparency Tools Added to 32 Countries2020-03-05T18:20:22-05:00

Facebook Users Were Hungry and Thirsty in January

Facebook Users Were Hungry and Thirsty in January Drinking buttermilk is beginning to catch on in the U.S., helping to make it one of Facebook IQ's Topics to Watch for January 2020. Conversation about buttermilk and associated topics baking powder, butter, cake, cornmeal, cream, flour, icing, onion, sodium bicarbonate and sugar was up 19 times

Facebook Users Were Hungry and Thirsty in January2020-02-20T07:00:42-05:00

TikTok Adds a Family Safety Mode in U.K., Other European Markets to Follow

TikTok Adds a Family Safety Mode in U.K., Other European Markets to Follow Video sharing application TikTok rolled out a new Family Safety Mode in the U.K. Wednesday, with plans to extend it to other markets in Europe in the coming weeks. Family Safety Mode links the accounts of teens with those of their parents,

TikTok Adds a Family Safety Mode in U.K., Other European Markets to Follow2020-02-19T17:45:46-05:00