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Facebook 'temporarily bans Israeli PM's son over posts'

Yair Netanyahu blames the "thought police" after posts against Palestinians and Muslims are removed.
Tags: Facebook, News, Yair Netanyahu


Facebook marketing success is not accidental

Travel Market Report’s “Outlook on Social Media” survey queried travel advisors about their social media marketing habits.
Tags: Facebook, Hotels


Byju’s targets global expansion for its digital education service after raising $540M

India-based educational startup Byju’s was widely reported to have raised a massive $400 million round and now the company is making things official. The ten-year-old company revealed today it has pulled in a total of $540 million from investors to go after international opportunities. The round is led by Naspers, the investment firm famous for backing Tencent that also includes educational firms Udemy, Codecademy and Brainly among its portfolio. The Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board (CP...
Tags: Travel, Fundings & Exits, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Asia, Education, China, Southeast Asia, India, Africa, Tencent, General Atlantic, Latin America, Naspers, Lightspeed Ventures, World Wide Web


How Matteo Salvini uses Facebook live streams to exploit immigration – video report

Italy's anti-immigration deputy prime minister is Europe's most followed politician on Facebook, with 3.4 million followers. Matteo Salvini used live streams in the run-up to parliamentary elections to speak directly to his supporters and show, as he puts it, images 'they would never show' in the mainstream mediaRevealed: how Italy's populists used Facebook to win powerThe populist social media playbook: the battle for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Continue reading...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Migration, Italy, Facebook Live, Matteo Salvini, Facebook Twitter and Instagram Continue


Revealed: how Italy's populists used Facebook to win power

Matteo Salvini and Luigi Di Maio eclipsed rivals in online election battle, data showsThe domination of Facebook by Italy’s two populist political leaders, Matteo Salvini and Luigi Di Maio, is revealed in previously unseen data that shows how they exploited video and live broadcasts to bypass the mainstream media and foment discord during the country’s general election.The data, reviewed by the Guardian, reveals how the leaders massively expanded their reach with inflammatory and visually arrest...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, World news, Italy, Matteo Renzi, Facebook Continue, Matteo Salvini, Five Star Movement, Luigi Di Maio


Christmas in Strasbourg 2018

This is going to be a bittersweet story today.   Last Tuesday, I went to Strasbourg and Colmar to report on the Christmas festivities for Eye Prefer Paris and for another website I write for.   I arrived in Colmar first on a sunny, cold crisp day and for the next few hours I was happy as can be, enjoying the markets, the decorations, and the joyous holiday spirit. I was also in photography bliss, snapping away at the gorgeous scenery.   Late in the day, I took the train from Colma...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Holidays, Events, Paris, Strasbourg, Vincent, Pollyanna, Louie, Colmar, Richard Nahem, Montmartre St Germain, Famille Mary


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday. The cofounder of HQ Trivia and Vine Colin Kroll has died at the age of 34. Kroll was found dead in his Manhattan apartment on Saturday night. A report prepared for the Senate on Russian disinformation was leaked to the Washington Post. The Post obtained a draft of the report, which found that a Russian interference campaign, "sought to benefit the Republican Party — and specifically Donald Trump." The private Facebook photos of ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Senate, San Francisco, Trends, Bloomberg, Manhattan, Republican Party, Donald Trump, Qualcomm, Alexa, Amazon Alexa, Wall Street Journal Apple, Kroll


Facebook bug exposed photos of 6.8 million users

In yet another user data breach, Facebook has revealed that a bug may have exposed the photos of up to 6.8 million users during a 12-day period in September. Third-party apps may have had access to photos which users had not given access permission to. “When someone gives permission for an app to... ...
Tags: Travel, Mobile, Facebook, News, Privacy, Internet, Social Media, Data Breach


Have a Diverse Workforce? You’ll Need It To Compete.

by Kelly Vlahakis-Hanks, president and CEO of Earth Friendly Products U.S. demographics have changed incredibly over the past two generations. As such, diversity has become increasingly important to consumers who want to see themselves reflected in the products and services they buy, as well as the brands they support. Job seekers look for diversity, too. Consequently, companies that have fostered diverse workforces tend to attract stronger talent pools. And they’re eating everyone’s lunch. In ...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, Management, Epa, Deloitte, Workforce Diversity, Mckinsey, Professionalisms, ECOS, Kelly Vlahakis Hanks, Earth Friendly Products


Mission Network News (Mon, 17 Dec 2018 - 4.5 min)

Today's Headlines Coptic Christian convicted of blasphemy, jailed for Facebook post Japanese pastor adopts three UUPGs in Okinawa A look at being a Christian in Tunisia
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The Israeli Prime Minister’s Son Has Been Temporarily Banned From Facebook Over Divisive Posts

Facebook deleted a post by Netanyahu last week in which he said he would "prefer" if "All the Muslims leave the land of Israel"
Tags: Facebook, News, Israel, Uncategorized, Netanyahu, Overnight, Onetime


Spark and Vodafone deploy 'cops' and 'cows' to holiday black spots

For most Kiwis, "going off the grid" means walking to the dairy and back without their phone. We get nervous when away from a cell signal for longer periods as we start to get that itch to check our email - or Facebook that feed... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Facebook, Business, Vodafone


How Hospitality Industry Managers Can Impress, Succeed, and Keep Moving Up the Chain

Whether you’re working in food service, Hotels, and accommodations, event planning, catering, tourism, or any of the dozens of great fields that fall under the hospitality industry umbrella, one thing is for certain: with some dedication to your craft, you can keep moving up the chain and find a fulfilling, long-term career. Here are some tried and true ways to help make this happen. Find yourself a mentor Advancing in the hospitality industry requires making connections. You need to establish...
Tags: Facebook, Hotels, Social Media, Seo, Hotel, Social Media Community, Morch, Capterra, Founders Media Click Here, Social Media Mastery for Hotels, Facebook Group Hospitality Gone Social Click Here, Social Media Mastery for Hotel, Are Morch Hotel Blogger, Hospitality Gone Social Vault Click Here, Facebook Group for Hotels


Future Fossils, Thanos' Home World, and the Most Dangerous Food: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

Gizmodo was all about examining the past and future this week.Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Science, Physics, Twin Peaks, Thanos, Gizmodo, Alienware, Big Bang, Privacy And Security, Best Of Gizmodo


Man police say waved large blade outside Sherman Oaks synagogue is released from jail after arrest for probation violation

Los Angeles detectives arrested a man they said was seen wearing a headscarf and waving what appeared to be a long blade in front of a Sherman Oaks synagogue on Friday, Dec. 14. The detectives took 49-year-old David Brener into custody on a probation violation in Van Nuys at around 11 p.m., said Officer Rosario Herrera, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles Police Department. The arrest came hours after photos were posted to Facebook of a man holding what a witness said was a hatchet or a sword whil...
Tags: Facebook, News, Police, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Arrest, Local News, Lapd, Los Angeles Police Department, Chabad, Herrera, Sherman Oaks, Van Nuys, North Hollywood, Brener


Israeli premier's son blocked on Facebook for anti-Muslim posts

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's eldest, Yair, tweeted on Sunday that Facebook blocked his page for 24 hours over apparent anti-Muslim posts and called the leading social network a "dictatorship". In a message posted Thursday on his Facebook page after deadly Palestinian attacks, Yair Netanyahu had called for "all Muslims (to) leave" Israel. Facebook deleted Yair Netanyahu's posts, prompting him to take to Twitter to criticise the social networking giant, calling it a "dictatorship of thoug...
Tags: Facebook, News, Benjamin Netanyahu, Yair Netanyahu, Yair, Israel Facebook


Facebook's Pay-TV Plans Don't Make Much Sense

Do people really want to watch HBO shows on Facebook?
Tags: Facebook, Hbo, Finance, Article, FBN, Motley Fool, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets, 015c83f4-c9a4-58f9-b654-049e938cab26


Facebook Disbands Secretive Research Lab Amid Reorganization

Facebook has disbanded its secretive research lab, where the company developed new hardware like its Portal speakers and researched moonshot projects like brain computer interfaces. "Building 8, the division Facebook created in 2016 to house some of its most ambitious projects, has been disbanded and the projects have been redistributed to other groups within the social media company," reports Mashable. From the report: The change, which was first reported by Business Insider, marks the end of t...
Tags: Facebook, Tech, Michael Abrash, Facebook Building, Facebook Reality Labs, Rafa Camargo, FRL, Facebook Reality Labs FRL


25 Photos that will inspire you to visit Curaçao this winter

Photos that will inspire you to visit Curaçao Are you thinking about visiting a new tropical destination this winter? If so, have you considered the island of Curaçao? Located in the Southern Caribbean, about 100 kilometers north of Venezuela, Curaçao is the largest of the Netherland Antilles. It’s the ‘C’ in the trio of ABC islands. The colourful European-style buildings in the above photo are found along the waterfront in the Old Town of Willemstad, the capital city and designated UNESCO Wo...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Abc, Ireland, St Lucia, Caribbean, Aruba, Beach, World Heritage Site, Lions, Bonaire, Old Town, Curacao, Trip Ideas, Beach Resort, Caribbean Islands


How to See if Your Photos Were Exposed By Facebook's Latest Bug

On Friday, Facebook disclosed that a bug had exposed photos that were uploaded to the social network.Read more...
Tags: Security, Facebook, Social Networks, Lifehacks


How to Find the Discipline and Focus to Write

This article is by Anne Marie Gazzolo. I am a master procrastinator and gold-medal winner in the art of distracting myself from what is important. I was so daunted by the amount of notes to gather into a cohesive first draft of my new book, Chosen, about the journeys of Bilbo and Frodo, I put it off again and again. I finally started in January 2017 after I was over the worst of the flu. I had some downtime while I recovered and used it wisely. And guess what? I finished my first draft far soon...
Tags: Facebook, Writing Life, Shire, Resistance, Bilbo, Long Way Home, Frodo, Steven Pressfield, Anne Marie Gazzolo, Pressfield


Mitch Trubisky wears glowing Bears ugly Christmas sweater to game (Video)

Chicago Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky was clearly in the holiday spirit when he arrived to Sunday's game at Soldier Field.Trubisky walked into the locker room wearing an ugly Chicago Bears Christmas sweater with glowing, flashing lights sewn in. Mitchell Trubisky is literally dressed flashy ahead of #GBvsCHI #DaBears @TheBlitzNet pic.twitter.com/mYqkdpCcML — Adam Hess (@_adamhess) December 16, 2018 We're sure he received some playful ribbing from his teammates, but he had to know what was c...
Tags: Facebook, Sport, Chicago, Chicago Bears, NFC North, Adam Hess, Michael James, Mitch Trubisky, Trubisky, Mitchell Trubisky, Green Bay Packers Trubisky


Israeli PM’s son gets temporary ban on Facebook

JERUSALEM (AP) — Facebook has blocked Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s son Yair for 24 hours after he wrote a post criticizing the social media platform as “thought police” and sharing previously banned content. Yair Netanyahu blasted the website on Sunday for removing an earlier post in which he called for “avenging the deaths” of […]
Tags: Facebook, News, Jerusalem, Ap, Benjamin Netanyahu, Nation & World, Yair Netanyahu, Yair


Targeting Phishing Attacks: Security Best Practices to Protect Your Business

By Mike Petsalis Email gets a bad rap. It’s treated as a cumbersome messaging system that was invented to work on the system that came before the internet, and has been rumored to be “dead” or dying for years now. Yet, it is still used extensively wherever communication is necessary for normal business operations. Its openness is what makes it useful, but also insecure. Fortunately, email security and the measures organizations can take to stop email threats have advanced sufficiently to still m...
Tags: Google, Security, Facebook, England, Technology, Office, Sales, Cyber Security, Fbi, Social Security, Email Security, Facebook Twitter LinkedIn, BEC, U S Office of Personnel Management, Equifax, National Health Service NHS


With Facebook Possibly On The Ropes, What Will Happen To Social Media Next Year?

Twenty-two predictions for 2019, including paid accounts at Facebook, a massive data breach at Instagram, and a tough year for Snap(Chat). – The Verge
Tags: Art, Facebook, Instagram, Ideas, 12.15.18


"In addition to being a re-gifter, the president is also reported to be a double-dipper, low talker, and master of his domain."

My son John blogs his reaction to the Bloomberg News story "Donald Trump Jr. Says His Father Is a Regifter."(Links to all the relevant "Seinfeld" clips at the first link, which — helpfully — does not go to Facebook.) [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Facebook, Law, John, Seinfeld, Bloomberg News, Donald Trump Jr, Jaltcoh, Ann Althouse


In the winds of crypto winter

Well, it was surreal while it lasted, by which I mean the 2017-18 cryptocurrency bubble. For a while there, Coinbase was #1 in the App Store, Bitcoin was above $10K, and there were more notional crypto zillionaires out there than you could shake a Merkle tree at. Those were the crazy days. Now, though, a rude awakening has come. Now Bitcoin is down to $3200 and counting, other cryptocurrencies are down well over 90%, and worst of all, none of the billions of dollars which poured into cryptocurre...
Tags: Travel, TC, Facebook, Opinion, Merkle, Ethereum, Consensys, Don, Amazon EBay, Michael Casey, Steemit, Binance, Ethereum EOS, Hotmail Jon Evans, eg Cosmos Polkadot


Ten pieces of friendly VC advice for when someone wants to buy your company

David Frankel Contributor David Frankel is a managing partner at Founder Collective. More posts by this contributor Startups should read this checklist before they go ‘whale hunting’ for big partners You earn a million dollars a year and can’t get funded? I’ve been fortunate to have been part of half a dozen exits this year, and have seen the process work smoothly, and other times, like a roller coaster with only the most tenuou...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, Column, Business, Bloomberg, Ceo, Economy, Bank, Mergers and Acquisitions, The Wall Street Journal, General Counsel, Executive, Start, Startup Company, Human Resource Management


How to delete Facebook without losing your friends and photos

Casey Neistat wrote an article back in 2014 how he ‘fixed’ his Facebook by unfriending people who shared too much. I tried this in 2017… and it absolutely didn’t work! People still share way too much and every time I go on Facebook it feels like like a whole plague of negativity that’s trying to give me cancer. Just no. It’s not cool. Facebook really isn’t the ‘cool’ platform it was back in 2008. The thing is, I can’t just go and delete it. Having lived abroad, there’s a whole lot of connections...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, Casey Neistat, Syndication


An HR exec who's worked at Facebook and Amazon says top tech companies are hunting for candidates with a quality you'd probably expect them to hate

Former Facebook and Amazon HR exec Bharath Jayaraman says top tech companies value people who can collaborate effectively. That means knowing how to argue and disagree respectfully. It's critical that your coworker should never question your commitment to the team or the product during the conflict. Netflix prizes employees who are "extraordinarily candid." Amazon, those who are "vocally self-critical" and able to " ," i.e. forge ahead on a project even if they don't currently support it. Top...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Ge, Trends, Netflix, Harvard, Starbucks, Paxos, Bharath Jayaraman, Jayaraman, Academy of Management Review