Twitter has reportedly released a new feature that highlights links to news stories that are tweeted by you follow right in your Home timeline.
The National Media Council, NMC, and Facebook have teamed to pool their respective resources in an effort to combat the proliferation of false news.
Facebook is set to move more than 1.5 billion users out of reach of a new European privacy law, which would allow regulators to fine companies for data breaches.
Facebook-owned Instagram will soon allow its users to download a copy of all the content they have uploaded on the photo-sharing platform, according to reports.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday during the first of two US congressional hearings apologised, defended his company, and jousted with questioners while agreeing with others.
Several Silicon Valley leaders have called for increased gun control in the United States after a woman at the YouTube headquarters in California shot and wounded three people before taking her own life.
Facebook has reportedly suspended 70 accounts, 138 pages and 65 Instagram accounts associated with a “troll factory,” which has been sanctioned by US authorities for fake activism and misleading political posts.
Snap Inc, owner of social media platform Snapchat, is reportedly in talks with Saudi Arabia to open an office in the Kingdom, CNBC said citing sources familiar with the discussion.
According to the Abu Dhabi Police, such scams often imitate trademarks and trusted websites, with the aim of stealing personal information, such as usernames, passwords, credit card numbers and other information that may lead to problems for users, who are required to report these crimes to the police, to track and catch the criminals.
Police in the UAE have issued a warning for motorists about circulating photos and videos of accidents on social media.