Facebook Live is now streaming for webinars: goodbye Skype, eBay, WeChat . Here is the no nonsense guide to using the exciting new function. Gold Coast, Queensland (PRWEB) March 07, 2017 How (& Why) To Stream A Facebook Live Webinar by Joe Brown Creative Director: Media Junkies, digital marketing experts Contact: joe(at)mediajunkies(dot)com(dot)au Website: mediajunkies.com.au The News: When Facebook Live launched in early 2016, entrepreneurs and … Continue reading How (& Why) To Stream a Facebook Live Webinar
Media captionThe BBC reported a series of images to Facebook Facebook has been criticised for its handling of reports about sexualised images of children on its platform. The chairman of the Commons media committee, Damian Collins, said he had “grave doubts” about the effectiveness of its content moderation systems. Mr Collins’ comments come after the BBC reported dozens of photos to Facebook, but more than … Continue reading Facebook ‘failed to remove sexualised images of children’
Lilia Luciano, KXTV 10:06 PM. PST March 06, 2017 Facebook Streamlines Suicide Prevention Tools for Facebook Live (Photo: Custom) Facebook announced an expansion to the its existing suicide prevention tools. After a series of live-streamed suicides, the company announced last week that people streaming via Facebook live as well as their audience will get better access to reporting and support. In January, a 12-year-old girl … Continue reading Facebook launches live suicide prevention
Twitter is the fastest growing site and still it only has little, boring snippets of writing about what boring people are doing. Urban Dictionary’s definition of it is Social NOTworking and a picture of millions of people at their desks, wasting time and their company’s money comes to mind. It was founded in 2006 but didn’t really get a lot of members until 2008. It took … Continue reading What’s so special about Twitter?
A German lawsuit over a photo showing a Syrian refugee with Chancellor Angela Merkel has put Facebook Inc.’s hate-speech policies under scrutiny. But the high-profile case has also shed light on complaints that the company tries to avoid and delay lawsuits in the country. Chan-jo Jun, a lawyer for the Syrian refugee suing in Wuerzburg to stop Facebook using the picture, is one of a number of … Continue reading Facebook Doesn’t Understand German, at Least Not in Court