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Facebook Will Start Showing Ads In Messenger Soon

Facebook has already tested the advertising in Messenger in Thailand and Australia. Every month, over 1.2 billion people are chatting via the application, and the company is just looking forward to it. “This means businesses of every size get a new tool for

Even Selena Gomez feels bad when she looks at Instagram

Citing fatigue with the photo and video-sharing platform, Selena Gomez says she deleted Instagram from her phone and doesn't have the password to it, reports with reference to Mashable. So who the heck is posting on her account if it's

Love reactions triumph over hate on Facebook

Ever since Facebook introduced reactions a year ago, there's been a lingering question: which reactions rule? At last, we know... although you can probably guess the answer. According to Engadget, Facebook tells Select All that "love" dominated the 300 billion reactions from

US Government may soon demand visitors reveal their social media passwords

The move of is one of several being considered by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in order to vet visa applicants from seven countries regarded as high-risk — namely, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Libya, and Yemen, reports with reference

Social media companies team up to prevent spread of extremist content online

Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Twitter announced on Monday they are teaming up in order to prevent the spread of terrorist content online, reports. They said in the statement that they are going to create “a shared industry database of “hashes” —