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The app-based platform offers data of bars, events and door delivery of liquor
Facebook News will soon arrive in the UK, Germany, France, India and Brazil within the next six months to a year, and will pay news publishers to ensure their content is available in the new product.
The Currents app is very similar to the Google Plus app it replaces. The UI is mostly unchanged and many of Google+'s features are still present.
EU industry commissioner Thierry Breton said that Facebook "was being slow in coming forward with ideas on how to remove illegal content and warning that the EU was preparing to act".
Facebook confirmed to CNET that that "Dail's characterisation of his firing was accurate" but didn't provide further explanation.
Bipin Jitiya, 26, identified the web security vulnerability in internal blind Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) in the source code of a publicly accessible endpoint
The actor wrote, "Photography is a story that one fails to put in words. Clearly I can't put in words how grateful I am for my insta family growing to 14 million. So various moods of meeee when I am just soo happy. Sending all of you lots of love and positivity.
Pelosi, during her weekly press briefing here on Thursday, said that Facebook has been very abusive of the great opportunity that technology has given them.
On spread of hate speech on its platforms, Facebook said it can detect such harmful content before people report it and, sometimes, before anyone sees it.
Facebook Vice President of Integrity Guy Rosen first tweeted that it "sounds like a bug" and the social networking platform was investigating.
Facebook is in talks with news publishers to offer as much as $3 million for the rights to publish content on its upcoming news tab.
"Facebook is a publisher. They need to be held accountable for propaganda on their platform."
"We recently notified some parents of Messenger Kids account users about a technical error that we detected affecting a small number of group chats."
Facebook is already under investigation by the US FTC over its handling of user data. The social networking platform is expecting a fine of up to $5 billion.
Launched in the US in 2017, the video service allows users to enjoy videos from different genres, including entertainment, sports and news in their personalised "Watch Feed" that carries a collection of recent videos from the pages they follow.
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