Most adults who travel today say they were inspired to do so by social media content showing their friends' adventures.
Facebook argued that the act would both violate European Union law and fail to achieve its aim of combating hate speech and fake news.
Probably hoping to get maximum value from its acquisition of Bitmoji last year, Snapchat made the switch with little fanfare earlier this week.
In one case The Times found and reported a Facebook page advocating jihad, but Facebook declined to remove it, saying it had not violated "community standards."
The EU law would require big social platforms to make it easier for users to flag offending content.
Britain's Royal Society for Public Health recently published a new report, "#StatusOfMind," on the impact of social media on the health and well-being of young adults.
Facebook's roughly 4,500 human moderators around the globe face an incredibly complicated task, with some unexpected ethical dilemmas and gray areas.
The partnership is the latest such agreement between Facebook and a pro sports league, as the social network seeks to bolster its live video offerings.
That's according to a new survey of around 300 influencers by social media marketing firm Hashoff.
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