Twitter is working on a new policy for “synthetic or manipulated media” on the platform, also known as “deep fake” content. In a blog…
Earlier this week Facebook launched a mobile messaging app for iPhone and Android, creating some buzz and lots of angry buzzing. It’s not a dramatic move, but almost certainly a very important move for Facebook as it looks to become even more entrenched in our daily lives – and make ever more connections between Facebook members and their real-life identities.
The app does roughly what the messaging feature in the existing Facebook app does — except that it takes a few clicks out of the sending and receiving of messages. It also now ties Facebook’s messaging into the non-Facebook SMS world by allowing you to text contacts that aren’t on Facebook from the app, and brings Facebook messages and chats and SMS conversations into the same inbox. It also means that when you log into Facebook on the Web your conversations are unified. It also has some location, image sharing and group-messaging bells and whistles.
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