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Facebook’s photo-harvesting Moments app is shutting down next month

Moments was an interesting attempt for Facebook to hook more users, but the app didn’t actually link those photos up to Facebook proper, leaving it in a sort of no man’s land. Facebook employed user data for things like figuring out who your friends are or when their birthdays are, but Moments photos themselves were stuck in a weird bubble — ultimately, it ended up being easier to just share photos to Facebook or use another service like Google Photos that was actively being developed.

The moment of reckoning for the Facebook advertiser boycott

The moment of reckoning for the Facebook advertiser boycott

Civil rights groups persuaded more than 1,100 companies and organizations from the U.S. to Germany to Australia to pull their money from the social network during July to pressure Facebook to take more action on hate speech and deceptive posts from politicians. But the month is almost over without Facebook meeting many of their demands. If the movement can’t up the ante, it risks watching its work evaporate.

Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google Prepare for Their ‘Big Tobacco Moment’

Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google Prepare for Their ‘Big Tobacco Moment’

And it will be a first in another way: Mr. Zuckerberg, Mr. Pichai, Mr. Bezos and Mr. Cook will all be testifying via videoconference, rather than rising side-by-side for a swearing-in at a witness table in Washington. Perhaps appropriately, their reckoning will be broadcast online.

Influence customers in seconds to capture every mobile moment

Influence customers in seconds to capture every mobile moment

There are plenty of software vendors that provide point-solutions for digital marketing, advertising and social media management, but only MomentFeed was designed for the unique needs of multi-location businesses. Additionally, MomentFeed links all digital channels together to illuminate their combined impact on in-store sales.

Facebook is retiring Moments, but you can still save your photos

Facebook is retiring Moments, but you can still save your photos

”Moments groups the photos on your phone based on when they were taken and, using facial recognition technology, which friends are in them. You can then privately sync those photos quickly and easily with specific friends, and they can choose to sync their photos with you as well. Now, you and your friends have all the photos you took together.”

The revolt against Facebook: Social media giant faces moment of reckoning after Unilever, Verizon pull ads

The revolt against Facebook: Social media giant faces moment of reckoning after Unilever, Verizon pull ads

The man had announced on Friday night in a video that he had stopped taking all medicine, food and drink and would have his dying moments live-streamed to denounce the current rules on euthanasia in France.

Best Time to Post on Facebook: A Complete Guide

According to a Buffer study, the best time to post to Facebook is between 1pm – 3pm on during the week and Saturdays. We also found that engagement rates are 18% higher on Thursdays and Fridays.

Facebook is shutting down Moments. Take a moment to remember what that is

Facebook launched the Moments app back in 2015 which lets you share pictures stored on your phone with your Facebook friends without actually uploading the photos to Facebook. Moments will no more available to download after February 25.

Best Time to Post on Facebook: Find the Magic Moment for Your Business

We’ll show you some general patterns you can use to get started, and we’ll offer strategies to help you find the best time to post on Facebook for your business.

Facebook Shops rollout is a big moment for social commerce

In the face of persistent uncertainty, and with demand for digital services and experiences at an all-time high, customer service has become even more crucial for businesses. This has accelerated a number of trends taking place across sectors, from automation to social messaging, AI-powered technology to bespoke digital customer service.

Three charged with incitement, more curfew-breakers fined

Commissioner Rosalind Croucher said she was dismayed by the handling of the situation and warned that human rights must be protected — even more so during a crisis such as the coronavirus pandemic.

Facebook Moments starts by asking your permission. Instead of scanning just your existing Facebook albums, Moments pulls from the photos you store on your phone. The app combs through your camera roll and starts making groups of photos based on where they were taken and who is in them.

In 2012, Facebook attempted to roll out automatic photo sync, a feature that basically allowed you to store photos on Facebook, and then decide if you wanted to make them public. It was a kind gesture in which the company helped us organize our digital keepsakes and gave us some storage space, but it also meant every picture you took was immediately uploaded to Facebook. All it would take is a few errant swipes and taps to upload and post a series of unflattering selfies… or worse.

Rohingya genocide: Myanmar’s Facebook records case may be watershed moment

The six-month extension was a compromise by Mr Andrews, who initially proposed a 12-month extension which was met with furious backlash from the public, civil rights groups and both sides of politics.

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Asana brought on Sonja Gittens Ottley (left) as its diversity and inclusion officer in 2015, and Anna Binder as “head of people” in 2016. As of last year, 41% of staff were women, and 49% identified as non-white.

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Facebook is under increasing pressure to regulate and remove extremist and hateful content from its platform. Several major corporations have pledged to stop buying ads on the social media site during
July unless the company acts. With advertising comprising 98 percent of Facebook’s revenue, its share value has already dropped. But will the boycott effect major change? Stephanie Sy reports.