Is Facebook’s Move To Combat ‘Fake News’ A Step Towards Mass Censorship?

In mid-December, Facebook announced that they would start to filter and censor ‘fake news’ from people’s News Feeds in an effort to curb the spread of disinformation. The announcement came as part of a wider crackdown on illegitimate and unverified news stories that have apparently plagued the internet as of late. Many journalists and political commentators [...]

Monthly Social Media News – November

We've rounded up all the latest social media news for November 2016 from the top social media sources. Watch the video below to find out what happened this month in social media: Facebook Facebook for Workplaces launches globally. Chat with colleagues, livestream presentations and even host virtual brainstorming sessions with Facebook Workplaces which aims to be ‘priced competitively’. Will your [...]

Live-Streaming Platforms: Periscope v.s. Facebook Live

Since Meerkat announced that they would be launching the first live-streaming app in February 2015, the live-streaming game has completely changed. Shortly after they made an impressionable debut at SXSW, Meerkat was rapidly superseded by Twitter's live-streaming app Periscope. It became evident that Periscope had snatched market share when they announced that they had amassed 10 million [...]

Facebook: Pay to Play

It’s not exactly news that Facebook’s levels of reach and engagement have somewhat deteriorated over the years. For pages that don't have many likes on Facebook, reaching out to users in a busy news feed has proven to be more than a challenge recently - even for the some of the well-established big players. Last year, [...]

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