After becoming infamous for helping the controversial British political consultancy firm Cambridge Analytica harvest tens of millions of Facebook users’ profiles, a psychology researcher with the social networking giant has left the company, the media reported. A Facebook spokesperson declined to explain when or why the researcher, Joseph Chancellor, had left theRead More →

Facebook has removed a video on breast cancer awareness posted in Sweden because it deemed the images “offensive”, the Swedish Cancer Society said Thursday. The video, displaying animated figures of women with circle-shaped breasts, aimed to explain to women how to check for suspicious lumps. Sweden’s Cancerfonden said it hasRead More →

Instagram unveiled plans Wednesday to expand its offerings to advertisers, opening up possibilities for global marketing efforts on the Facebook-owned photo-sharing network. “Starting this month Instagram is open for business and available to advertisers large and small,” Instagram said in a statement. The expansion will allow advertisers to launch globalRead More →

Shannon Neuman explained on Facebook that she and Chris Neuman were not smiling at the marriage’s undoing. Instead, they were celebrating the fact that “we have done something extraordinary (we think anyway!)” TORONTO: A selfie recently taken by a separating couple — grinning wide — has gone viral on theRead More →

Facebook on Friday launched a training programme for rural self-help groups (SHGs) in Telangana to equip them with technological knowledge to promote their products in the digital space. The first batch of 10 SHG representatives were trained in basics of Facebook, and the various features of the platform, at Facebook’sRead More →