Prior to releasing their staggering Q2 Report, we saw Facebook fined a record-breaking $5 billion. Instagram’s suspended accounts will now be warned before they’re closed down, and changes to Facebook ads were announced. Here’s the latest in social media news:
Instagram Will Now Warn You Before Deleting Your Account
Have your clients ever had their Instagram account deleted without notice? This week we saw an influx in Instagram accounts going mysteriously missing – sans warning.
If this has ever happened to you or your clients, you’ll be pleased to know that this is all changing.
Facebook now faces an onslaught of new privacy requirements.
In a blog post by Facebook general counsel, Colin Stretch, he notes:
“The agreement will require a fundamental shift in the way we approach our work and it will place additional responsibility on people building our products at every level of the company. It will mark a sharper turn toward privacy, on a different scale than anything we’ve done in the past.”
Facebook Q2 Report Exceeds all Expectations Just Hours After Fine Announcement
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Source: Facebook via Social» media today> reports that there will now be fewer lines of text to display (three, in fact). After these lines, readers will be prompted to click to view additional text.
In addition, photos and videos will have a maximum height of 4:5 on mobile News Feeds.
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Following last week’s hidden likes fiasco in six extra countries, we brought you a thought-provoking opinion piece.