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Facebook to help India’s Election Commission campaign to enroll young voters

Facebook said that as part of this campaign, all users who turn 18 between November 18 and December 18 will receive a News Feed reminder with birthday wishes and also encouraging them to register with the Election Commission.
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Theresa May govt proposes levy on tech firms like Twitter, Facebook, and Google for online safety plan

Theresa May government is mulling to levy on social media firms and internet providers to help fund its online safety strategy, designed to tackle bullying, abuse and other risks for children and vulnerable users.
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Facebook to manually review ads targeted at politics, religion, ethnicity or social issues

Facebook has decided to manually approved advertisements targeted at people based on politics, religion, ethnicity or social issues before they go live after facing criticism for its advertisement policy
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Facebook, Instagram faced outage, now, back to normal

Social media giant Facebook and its App Instagram faced outage on Saturday. The website was unavailable for some time in the evening, however like in the past Facebook services were restored immediately.
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Now, Facebook allows logo alongside headlines

Social media giant Facebook has released new tools that lets media houses display their logos alongside headlines.
Traditional methods of gauging opioid misuse in an area rely on compiling reports from local emergency rooms and poison control call centers. (Photo/Agency)

Twitter to track opioid misuse: Here’s how

Researchers have found that social media platform like Twitter can be a useful tool to find out how widespread the misuse of a prescribed opioid drug is in a particular state or town.
Social media giant Facebook is testing a feature that will run top posts from local politicians even into non-followers news feed, said media report. (Photo/Recode)

Facebook to run top posts from politicians in your News Feed even if you don’t follow them: Here’s why

Facebook is testing a feature that will run top posts from local politicians into users news feed who follow at least one local, state or federal representative from their area
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