Facebook to soon begin testing new ‘video matching technology’

Facebook is reportedly developing a new "video matching technology" which will help the social networking giant tackle ‘freebooting’ issue. A large number of copyright holders have complained about their videos being posted on Facebook without their permission. Also, a recent report compiled by video marketing and social media consulting companies Tubular and Social@Ogilvy stated that most ...

Facebook unveils Messenger assistant ‘M’

Facebook has launched its artificial intelligence-powered Messenger assistant dubbed Facebook M. The Messenger assistant ‘M’ will be able to take messages as well as offer up search results, including purchases inside of Facebook. It was reported in July that the social networking giant was testing its own digital assistant, which would compete with Apple’s Siri, Google ...

Facebook ‘Spam King’ pleads guilty of sending 27 million spam messages

Sanford Wallace, also referred to as the "Spam King," has pleaded guilty of sending over 27 million spam messages to Facebook users. Wallace, who was released on bond on Monday, faces a possible three-year jail sentence and a $250,000 fine when he is sentenced in December. It was in 2008 and 2009 when Sanford allegedly gained access ...

Facebook adds ‘Donate Now’ button for NGOs

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Facebook for Business has integrated a 'Donate Now' button which will be displayed on the Facebook pages of non-profit organizations to help them promote their public donation campaigns. It is to be noted that the new Donate Now button will be available only for pages that are categorized as non-profit organizations. The feature will make it ...

US Officials Rebuke India’s Request to Summon Facebook, Google

Officials over in the US have told the Indian Government that they will not be able to serve summons to the executives of companies like Google and Facebook because they are not convinced that the content hosted on these sites can cause violence and that these summons impact “free speech principles”.