Threads, reportedly being developed to accompany Instagram, might tie in with Facebook's plans to redefine private, encrypted messaging platforms -- but would consumers be willing to give up even more privacy?
The tech titan will now let certain users see a summary of the apps and websites that send it information about their activity, as well as clear this information from their accounts.
The path-to-purchase for Latinx is even more social and "circular" than that of most U.S. consumers, suggests new Nielsen research.
After a few tough years, Snap appears to have regained its financial footing, while proving its service is more than a fad.
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