What is the future of online privacy? Pew Research Center and Elon University’s Imagining the Internet Center released a new study Thursday seeking answers to that question from experts, many of which mentioned Facebook in their answers.
The number 13 is not very lucky for Facebook with 2015 about to start. Social jobs and career community Glassdoor released the 2015 version of its 50 Best Places to Work list, and Facebook placed at No. 13, down markedly from its fifth-place finish on Glassdoor’s 2014 list, and No. 1 on the 2013 installment.
More details have emerged on the Facebook at Work project initially reported in June by Ingrid Lunden of TechCrunch, as Hannah Kuchler of Financial Times reported Sunday that the new site will contain much of the same functionality as Facebook, but it will keep personal Timelines separate from work profiles.
Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer and marketing cloud technology provider Unified added some cloud computing muscle to its executive ranks, as former ServiceMesh chief technology officer Shawn Douglass is the company’s new CTO and president, big data and analytics.
Facebook maintained its social login dominance in the third quarter of 2014, accounting for 58 percent of overall social logins and 62 percent of those originating from mobile devices, according to the latest research from Gigya, a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer and consumer-management provider.
By now, you’ve surely heard about the Facebook like-gate ban that will go into effect Nov. 5.
Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer and social relationship and content-distribution platform SocialFlow announced the launch of SocialFlow for Agencies, a software-as-a-service offering geared toward ad agencies.
Despite a slight decline during the third quarter of 2014, Facebook was still responsible for nearly one-quarter of social referrals to the more than 300,000 global websites studied by Shareaholic, according to the content amplification platform’s latest report.
The U.S. political spectrum can, for the most part, be divided into conservatives and liberals, but which group is more likely to see like-minded political content on Facebook from news organizations, groups and friends, and which group is more likely to block or defriend users over political posts? The answers, from the latest research by Pew Research Center, may come as a surprise.