Wow – what a time for Facebook.
Yesterday we noted that The Social Network had already started to add in additional privacy and transparency tools to help reassure users in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica data scandal, with more likely on the way.
Here’s a quick one – Twitter has announced a new update which will enable users to share live videos which will start playing at a specific point, as chosen by the sharer.
As the Facebook data privacy debate rages on, The Social Network is pushing ahead with its plan to increase civic engagement, and promote The Social Network as a force for social good.
With the misuse of data dominating the digital marketing landscape, it’s fairly safe to assume that transparency is going to be a key focus for all platforms in 2018 – which will mean more insight into how your personal data is being used, but also a broader view into influencer marketing partnerships, and why certain people are endorsing particular products.
Just 8% of internet users plan to stop using Facebook following the news of Cambridge Analytica’s abuse of personal data collected from the platform, according to a survey by securities firm Raymond James, MediaPost reports.
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