• Facebook's Cryptocurrency Project Faces Roadblocks
    For one, several key financial services partners like Visa, Mastercard, PayPal Holding are now on the fence about formally signing onto Libra.
  • Zuckerberg Says He'll 'Go To The Mat' To Fight Facebook Breakup
    In audio surfaced by 'The Verge," Facebook's CEO says he's ready to rumble with anyone who challenges his company's massive market position.
  • Time To Course-Correct Flawed Campaigns Never Shorter: Study
    Half of executives surveyed in Bain study said this "make-or-break period" has gotten shorter over the past five years,
  • Facebook Commands 60% Of Ad Budgets; Mobile Boasts 95% Ad View Rate
    But the top 50 brands on Facebook and on Instagram now have the same audience sizes, finds a Socialbakers brand profiles analysis.
  • Some Period-Tracking Apps Shared Sexual, Other Sensitive Info With Facebook
    In response to Privacy International report, Facebook says its terms prohibit apps from sharing sensitive health info with the social platform, it's 'looking' at ways to improve its systems' detection of such info, and it does not use info from other apps to target ads by interests.
  • Is Facebook Moving Away From Approval Tracking?
    Facebook has followed Instagram in testing "like hiding" -- but what's the real motivation, and how far will this go?
  • Facebook 'Threads' App Would Aid Continuous Messaging, But Raise Privacy Concerns
    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?
  • Off-Facebook Activity Feature Lets Certain Users Clear Accounts Of Histories
    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.
  • Marketers Can Reach Hispanic Community Best Via Social Media
    The path-to-purchase for Latinx is even more social and "circular" than that of most U.S. consumers, suggests new Nielsen research.
  • Snap To Use $1B Offering For Working Capital, Future Acquisitions
    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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