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Facebook revamps ‘Access Your Information’ tool to better break down, explain data usage

Facebook today is rolling out an update to its Access Your Information tool with the goal of making the tool easier to both use and navigate, as well as better explain how and why that data is used. The new version of the tool has been visually redesigned, and now further breaks down the viewable information across eight different categories instead of just two. The tool had first launched in 2018 in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, when the personal data of up to 87 million Facebook...
Tags: Apple, TC, Facebook, Tech, Facebook security, Fbi, App Store, Capitol, Superior Court, Cambridge Analytica, Facebook Before


Meet the 25 power players at Instagram who are deciding the future of the wildly popular Facebook-owned app (FB)

Business Insider has identified the top 25 power players and key executives at Instagram. These are the leaders at the Facebook-owned app responsible for deciding its future, managing its relationships, and executing its vision. Together they're responsible for running one of the most important apps in the world. Keep reading for the full list. Got a tip about Instagram? Contact this reporter at [email protected] or +1 650-636-6268. Anonymity offered. Instagram is the hottest app in ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Yahoo, Washington, Ryan Seacrest, Trends, Linkedin, Cisco, Snapchat, House, Tokyo, Mary Landrieu, Nancy Pelosi, Louisiana


How to deactivate your Facebook account, and reactivate it later

You can deactivate your Facebook account as an alternative to deleting it; unlike deleting, deactivating your profile will hide it from others but still allow you to come back. You can still use Messenger while your account is inactive, but your profile will not show up in searches and will no longer be linked on other people's profiles. Facebook will archive your information, and you can easily recover it by logging back in whenever you feel like reactivating the account.   Some want to kee...
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The Latest Evolution of Facebook: The Marketing Low-Down on 5 Recent Changes

From the to the Cambridge Analytica scandal to suffering a major stock price blow just a few short weeks ago, Facebook has been making less-than-stellar headlines the past few months. Users are concerned about their privacy and how their data is being used—and brands and marketers are wondering whether the platform will continue to be a viable advertising and engagement platform. In an attempt to rebuild trust, ensure better data protection and transparency, the social network ...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Seo, Online Marketing, Facebook Group, Facebook Once, Facebook For, Cambridge Analytica, Mark Hull, Nick Nelson, Instagram Messenger, Facebook Before, Facebook Stories, Facebook Groups for Pages, Influencer Marketing Facebook Groups, Facebook In addition Facebook


Cambridge University hits back at Zuckerberg’s shade

Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony to the House yesterday was a mostly bland performance, punctuated by frequent claims not to know or remember certain of his own business. But he gave a curiously specific and aggressive response to a question from congressman Eliot Engel. Starting from the premise that Facebook had been “deceived” by other players in the data misuse scandal it’s embroiled in, the congressman wondered whether Facebook intends to sue Cambridge Analytica, professor...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, UK, Privacy, Social Networks, Social Media, Tech, Data, Policy, University, House, The Guardian, Guardian, University of Cambridge


The BIG List: Facebook Ad Resources & Guides

Facebook (and sister platform Instagram) are rolling out new features and capabilities all the time. Between the new ad types, interface updates and more, it can be a lot to keep up with. So we wanted to put together an all-encompassing list of useful links for Facebook ad management. Facebook Ad Basics: Updated Ads Manager First,  it’s important to note that Facebook very recently updated the Ads Manager and Power Editor tools into one interface. Because of this, some of the articles outl...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Sem, Ppc, Google Adwords, Facebook And Instagram, Facebook Page, Facebook Google, Michelle Morgan, Susan Wenograd, Jon Loomer, Facebook These, Facebook Get, Zato, Facebook Before, Abby Woodcock


Alison & Jason’s Romantic At Home Engagement Photos

Alison & Jason As a homebody, I love the idea of having engagement photos taken in a space you love, a space you spend a great deal of time with your beloved (and four-legged friends) and a space where the majority of your “living” occurs, so when Kate of Quince & Mulberry Studios sent this set of romantic at home engagement photos of Alison and Jason, I couldn’t wait to share it! Alison tells the sale of how the couple came to be. “We met 6 years ago, through my older brother. Jason’s gro...
Tags: Beyonce, Wedding, Jason, George Michael, Alison, Engagements, Michelle, Bride, Matt, Toowoomba, Facebook Before, Www.quinceandmulberrystudios.com.au, Alison Jason, Kate of Quince Mulberry Studios, Kim Engaged Maddi


An interesting alternative to primaries

Presidential primaries in the US have several problems. We do it the way we do it because that's the usual way, not because it works particularly well. The biggest problem is that the people who vote are usually the most political, which means that winning a primary involves going hard to one edge or another. Instead of electing for consistent productive consensus we nominate for short-term TV sound bytes. The next is polling. The media plus lack of official information equals tons of guessing, ...
Tags: Facebook, US, New Hampshire, Seth Godin, Facebook Before, Facebook Yes


An interesting alternative to primaries

Presidential primaries in the US have several problems. We do it the way we do it because that's the usual way, not because it works particularly well. The biggest problem is that the people who vote are usually the most political, which means that winning a primary involves going hard to one edge or another. Instead of electing for consistent productive consensus we nominate for short-term TV sound bytes. The next is polling. The media plus lack of official information equals tons of guessing, ...
Tags: Facebook, US, New Hampshire, Seth Godin, Facebook Before, Facebook Yes


AI Reader Makes Facebook Accessible for Visually Impaired Users

Facebook has opened its eyes and heart to the nearly 285 million people who are visually impaired, representing just over 4% of the world’s population, according to the World Health Organization. Facebook employee Matt King is key to the story. King grew up legally blind and lost all vision by college. He opened a Facebook account in 2009 and felt frustrated and isolated. “It felt like work,” King told Business Insider. “It wasn’t good.” Now a specialist for the social network’s accessibility t...
Tags: Facebook, Technology, Social Media, Social Marketing, Employee Engagement, Diversity, Accessibility, Artificial Intelligence, King, Social Network, Blind, Visually Impaired, Corporate Citizenship, Inclusion, Matt King, Diversity Watch