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Facebook Profile | Add Songs

Facebook to Let Users Add Songs to Their Profile Facebook has announced a series of new features that expand the ways users share and connect with music. In a throwback to MySpace, Facebook will soon allow users to add songs to their profile page. Users will be able to pin a song to the top…

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Facebook | Pre-Recorded “Live” Videos

Facebook Lets Pages Post Pre-Recorded “Live” Videos Facebook  today announced the global launch of Premieres, its new interactive video format that allows creators to pre-record a video for fans, then release it during a viewing window they choose, as more of a live event. The move follows YouTube’s introduction of a similar Premieres format just a few months…

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Facebook | Phone Number | Ads

Facebook admits using your phone number for targeted ads Facebook has admitted that the phone numbers that its users provide for security purposes are being used to target them with ads, the media reported. “We use the information people provide to offer a better, more personalised experience on Facebook, including ads,” a Facebook spokesperson was quoted as…

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Facebook | SapFix

Facebook’s new ‘SapFix’ tool uses AI to automatically fix bugs in code Facebook  has quietly built and deployed an artificial intelligence programming tool called SapFix that scans code, automatically identifies bugs, tests different patches and suggests the best ones that engineers can choose to implement. Revealed today at Facebook’s @Scale engineering conference, SapFix is already running on Facebook’s…

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Facebook | Google tracking

Apple, Firefox tools aim to help you fight back Facebook and Google tracking Facebook and other companies routinely track your online surfing habits to better target ads at you. Two web browsers now want to help you fight back in what’s becoming an escalating privacy arms race. New protections in Apple‘s Safari and Mozilla’s Firefoxbrowsers aim to prevent companies from turning “cookie”…

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Facebook | AI | Memes

Facebook is making AI that can identify offensive memes Facebook’s moderators can’t possibly look through every single image that gets posted on the enormous platform, so Facebook is building AI to help them out. In a blog post today, Facebook describes a system it’s built called Rosetta that uses machine learning to identify text in images and…

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Facebook Ads | Category

Facebook will remove 5,000 ad targeting categories Facebook’s latest attempt at placating activists and lawmakers who say its advertising platform permits discrimination is to remove 5,000 options that can be used to exclude certain religious and ethnic minority groups. “We’re committed to protecting people from discriminatory advertising on our platforms. That’s why we’re removing over 5,000…

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