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How to find out if your social media accounts have been compromised

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When it comes to the internet, there are few things more frightening than finding out that one of your social media accounts has been compromised. Our Facebook accounts in particular are home to countless private details and conversations, which is exactly why we should be diligent about checking the status of our accounts on a regular basis, even if there are no signs of tampering.

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Jacob Siegal

July 21st

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Dallas sniper attack thrusts Facebook Live back into the spotlight

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Facebook Live, which lets users broadcast live video across the social network, has been thrust further into the spotlight following Thursday’s sniper attack in Dallas that killed five police officers. The shooting was streamed live on Facebook by Dallas resident Michael Kevin Bautista. His post, which was widely cited in the media, had been viewed more than 5.2 million times and racked up more than 141,000 shares Friday.

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July 8th

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Former Facebook employee compares the social media giant to North Korea

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Ever wondered what it's really like to work at Facebook?

You probably think of the paycheck, the perks and the brilliant coworkers who will work alongside you, but with his new book "Chaos Monkeys: Obscene Fortune and Random Failure in Silicon Valley," former product manager Antonio Garcia Martinez (fired after working with the company for two years) wants to let everyone know that looks can be deceiving.

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Jacob Siegal

July 1st

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Leak reveals the next big new features coming to WhatsApp

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One of the most popular cross-platform messaging app around, Facebook’s WhatsApp, is about to get a whole lot better. A new report says that a beta version of the app comes with a bunch of new features that users might appreciate.

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Chris Smith

June 24th

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Report says Facebook video could be next in line for T-Mobile’s Binge On free data streaming

If there’s one thing guaranteed to eat your data plan’s allowance at an alarming rate, it’s streaming video. T-Mobile has been gradually adding more services to its Binge On program – which allows customers to stream lower-quality video from specific services without using up any of their data – and Re/code reports that Facebook video may be next in line.

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Ben Lovejoy

June 17th

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Facebook Messenger for iOS updated with entirely new ‘Home’ tab interface

Just days after Apple announced major enhancements to iMessage, Facebook today revealed a significant update to its Messenger app. In a blog post, the company announced major changes coming to how users are able to start a conversation.

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Chance Miller

June 16th

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See Mark Zuckerberg’s hilarious Facebook Live Q&A with Jerry Seinfeld

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Earlier this week, Mark Zuckerberg hosted the first ever Facebook Live Q&A through the company's live streaming video platform. He discussed a myriad of topics with the millions of viewers who tuned in for the stream, but about 43 minutes in, he decided to bring on a special guest to join him. That guest just so happened to be Jerry Seinfeld.

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Jacob Siegal

June 16th

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iOS Twitter app now has button to start live Periscope broadcast … kind of

Twitter has updated both iOS and Android apps with a Live button that starts a Periscope broadcast. It’s actually a bit of a cheat, though, as all the button does is open the Periscope app – or prompt you to download it if you don’t already have it installed.

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Ben Lovejoy

June 16th

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Oculus VR shuffles the deck, promotes Jason Rubin to Head of Content

In this photo taken Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015, an art director works on visual development at the Oculus Story Studio, a hub for digital animators and experimental filmmakers in San Francisco’s trendy South of Market district. Storytelling techniques in virtual reality are just in their infancy, and the consumer version of the industry-leading headset Oculus Rift is only due to ship later in March 2016. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg) Facebook’s Oculus VR today announced the promotion of Jason Rubin to Head of Content, and Steve Arnold to Head of Oculus Studios. Prior to joining the company in 2014 as head of worldwide studios, Rubin was best-known as a co-creator of the popular video game franchises Jak and Daxter and Crash Bandicoot, a co-founder of Naughty Dog studios and one-time president of THQ. Arnold, who… Read More

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Lora Kolodny

June 14th

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Now you can post 360-degree photos on Facebook straight from iOS camera app

It wasn’t that long ago when creating 360-degree photos that you could share with others online required special camera kit, and you had to post them on websites that supported the feature. It’s since got much easier, and as of the latest update to the iOS Facebook app, you don’t need anything more than your iPhone and the stock camera app.

Simply take a panorama with your phone […] and then post it on Facebook as you would a normal photo. From there, we’ll convert it to an immersive 360 photo that people can explore, similar to how people experience 360 videos on Facebook … 

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Ben Lovejoy

June 10th

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