Facebook page administrators have spent Tuesday dealing with a bug that is automatically adding audience targeting to their video posts, greatly diminishing their reach. Several page admins alerted social media consultant Matt Navarra about the bug, and he shared the news via tweet. ATTN: Social media managers Facebook Page admins are telling me lots of
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Critics say that Facebook's controversies and criticisms in 2018 alone, from privacy concerns to the Cambridge Analytica data scandal, should be enough to get people to stop using it. However, over two billion of us around the world continue to spend about an hour a day on the social networking platform. Now a new study suggests there's an even better reason to log off: it's bad for your mental health.
Senate Intelligence Committee chair Richard Burr, a North Carolina Republican and former Trump campaign adviser, told CBS News last week: “If we write a report based upon the facts that we have, then we don’t have anything that would suggest there was collusion by the Trump campaign and Russia.” That comment didn’t garner much notice on its own, since Burr said exactly the same thing last September. But yesterday NBC News reported that the committee as a whole had concluded that
Many South African politicians, economists and specialists in the energy sector are celebrating the news that a promising show of natural gas has been discovered in deep water south of Mossel Bay. It was found in an offshore prospecting area called Brulpadda (Afrikaans for bullfrog), which is licensed to global energy giant Total.
New study from Stanford and NYU finds logging off causes ‘small but significant improvements in wellbeing’
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Every week our Holiday Hero Neil Simpson takes an in-depth look at a brilliant holiday topic, and his week he packs his bags and investigates the fast-changing world of holiday luggage.
Helen Stubbs made a Facebook post listing the positive qualities of her brother, Tom Stubbs, a 34-year old Army reservist from Cornwall in a bid to try and find her single brother a girlfriend.
Wheaton College freshman Alex Chu wore a custom-made helmet at high school, which isn't allowed at college level.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is fond of suggesting that all the criticism of his globe-spanning social media empire comes from either the misinformed or the malicious.