Facebook has shared some new insights into its automated closed caption tools, and how creators can make best use of them.
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Twitter looks to be testing a new prompt which would ask users if they want to hide potentially offensive replies to their tweets.
Facebook has launched a new campaign to tackle discrimination among UK football fans.
Snapchat has launched its first 'City Painter' Local Lens project in Carnaby Street, London.
Facebook has announced that it will no longer allow Holocaust denial content on its platform, a significant step in its misinformation approach.
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Facebook has announced new tools and guides as part of Coming Out Day 2020.
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TikTok has been banned in another region, though this time the move is not related to national security concerns.
YouTube is testing a new process which would enable creators to tag and track all products in their video clips, essentially turning YouTube into a major product showcase.
Twitter has announced some new election integrity measures, including a ban on calls for intimidation at polls and retweet warnings on questionable claims.
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