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Facebook introduces Campus feature to help college students connect with each other
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Facebook introduces Campus feature to help college students connect with each other

The Campus-only News Feed will let students create study groups or plan virtual concerts.

Australia warns Facebook, Google, Twitter to remove extremist material from their platforms
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Australia warns Facebook, Google, Twitter to remove extremist material from their platforms

Leading tech firms asked on how they plan to keep their platforms from being "weaponised" by terrorists.

Facebook pledges to power its operations with 100% renewable energy by end of 2020
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Facebook pledges to power its operations with 100% renewable energy by end of 2020

Facebook had set a goal of supporting 50 percent of its facilities with renewable energy by the end of 2018.

Cambridge Analytica scandal: 355 Facebook users in India compromised the privacy of 5 lakh others
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Cambridge Analytica scandal: 355 Facebook users in India compromised the privacy of 5 lakh others

Facebook India has informed the Indian government of this data breach but they have not disclosed the identity of the 355 individuals.

Facebook silently pulls the plug on teen-centric social networking app Lifestage, that it launched last year
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Facebook silently pulls the plug on teen-centric social networking app Lifestage, that it launched last year

Lifestage was launched to get teens to use Facebook services, over competing applications that were attractive to the demographic, such as Snapchat.

Mark Zuckerberg becomes fifth richest person in the world over strong earnings by Facebook in Q2 2017
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Mark Zuckerberg becomes fifth richest person in the world over strong earnings by Facebook in Q2 2017

According to a report in Fortune on 27 July, Zuckerberg's net worth hit $72.7 billion.

Facebook challenges US court order barring it from notifying users about investigations into their data
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Facebook challenges US court order barring it from notifying users about investigations into their data

Facebook has received support from Microsoft, Google, Apple, Snap, Dropbox and Twitter.

Twitter records over one million conversations related to GST between 30 June and 2 July
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Twitter records over one million conversations related to GST between 30 June and 2 July

The platform witnessed a myriad of perspectives from Indian audience, in support as well as raising their concerns about GST.

Kashmir unrest: Mobile internet resumes seven days after death of Hizbul chief Sabzar Bhat
India

Kashmir unrest: Mobile internet resumes seven days after death of Hizbul chief Sabzar Bhat

Mobile Internet services in Kashmir were restored on Friday evening , a week after the death of Hizbul chief Sabzar Ahmed Bhat

'Mobile internet witnesses faster users growth in rural India'
Business

'Mobile internet witnesses faster users growth in rural India'

The report noted that total monthly average mobile bill has decreased over time, reflecting the greater affordability of mobile services in India.

Kashmir unrest: 300 Whatsapp groups were used to mobilise stone-pelters, say police
India

Kashmir unrest: 300 Whatsapp groups were used to mobilise stone-pelters, say police

Nearly 300 Whatsapp groups were being used to mobilise stone-pelters in Kashmir to disrupt security forces' operations at encounter sites, of which 90 percent have been shut down, a police official said on Sunday.

Internet ban in Kashmir: Opposition criticises government over continuing inconvenience, newspapers hit hard
Politics

Internet ban in Kashmir: Opposition criticises government over continuing inconvenience, newspapers hit hard

The internet blockade which has been imposed in Kashmir by the government to curb incidents of stone-pelting has most affected political activities and the newspapers.

Media investigation points out that Facebook is buying data on what you do offline
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Media investigation points out that Facebook is buying data on what you do offline

Facebook already knows a lot about your online activities and you are pretty much aware of it. But a new media investigation has revealed that the social networking giant buys data on your offline activities without your knowledge.

Facebook now allows you to get feedback from friends for ordering food or booking a movie
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Facebook now allows you to get feedback from friends for ordering food or booking a movie

Facebook introduced new features to allow you to order food, request a spa appointment and even book movie tickets with your friends' recommendations.

Facebook needs to democratise conversations, not play big brother
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Facebook needs to democratise conversations, not play big brother

Facebook has multiple standards when it comes to deleting content from the social network.

Twitter stops counting photos, videos and polls towards 140 character limit
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Twitter stops counting photos, videos and polls towards 140 character limit

Twitter announced it was easing its character limit, implementing a policy announced in May to no longer factor certain add-ons into a message's length.

Links to DNC emails disclosed by Wikileaks censored by Facebook
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Links to DNC emails disclosed by Wikileaks censored by Facebook

Social networking giant Facebook has admitted to have blocked links to more than 19,000 leaked emails from the Democratic National Committee (DNC) that Wikileaks released last week, offering a glimpse of the split between the DNC and former presidential hopeful Senator Bernie Sanders, media has reported.

Let's celebrate the seventh annual Social Media Day with a little history lesson
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Let's celebrate the seventh annual Social Media Day with a little history lesson

Mashable decided that June 30 would be the day they would celebrate social media’s impact on global communication with an event called Social Media Day

Snapchat to have more users in the US than Twitter or Pinterest: eMarketer forecast
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Snapchat to have more users in the US than Twitter or Pinterest: eMarketer forecast

Ephemeral messaging app Snapchat by year's end will have more US users than either Twitter or Pinterest, a market tracker said Wednesday.

Startup series: Startup culture and the art of networking
Startup

Startup series: Startup culture and the art of networking

There is a saying - “It’s not who you are, but whom you know.” While this is an obvious exaggeration, there is definite value in the art and science of “networking”.