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.
When Yahoo announced last year that it would allow user names that had been inactive to be claimed by new users, how did Facebook ensure that accounts on the social network that were tied to recycled Yahoo email addresses remained secure? Software engineer Murray Kucherawy detailed the process in a note on the Protect the Graph page.
With Ebola continuing to be a top health concern, ABC News turned to Facebook to host a town-hall event on the topic, and manager of strategic partnerships for broadcast news Beth Loyd said in a post on the Facebook Media blog that highlight videos posted to the social network by ABC News have reached more than 10 million users and been viewed more than 1.5 million times.
Facebook’s share of social logins rose 2 percent in the third quarter of 2014 from the second quarter, to 46 percent, driven largely by a 9 percent bump-up in the entertainment category, according to the latest report from customer-profile-management technology provider Janrain, a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer.
Facebook will maintain a strong presence at the 11th annual Advertising Week gathering in New York starting Sept. 29, returning as a sponsor and participating in several panels.
Facebook offered an update on the state of the deployment of the STARTTLS encryption standard, which it originally wrote about in May, saying that 95 percent of its notification emails are now successfully encrypted with both Perfect Forward Secrecy and strict certificate validation.
Facebook continued to dominate social logins in the second quarter of 2014, accounting for 55 percent of overall social logins and 64 percent of social logins from mobile devices, according to the latest figures from Preferred Marketing Developer and consumer-management provider Gigya.
Facebook reversed a trend of six consecutive quarters of declining market share in social logins, posting a 1.5 percent gain in the second quarter of 2014, according to customer-profile-management technology provider Janrain.
Yahoo is continuing its move away from allowing users of its services to log in with Facebook and Google, announcing in an email to users of its Flickr photo-sharing service that Facebook and Google user IDs will no longer be accepted after June 30, The Next Web reported.