In this week’s #MMSocialReport: Facebook Live’s new update and a review of their persistent issues with censorship, Snap Inc’s new home, WhatsApp’s long-awaited improvements, and Tom Brady — need we say more? Read on for the full scoop:
Tom Brady doesn’t do much on social media, but when he does, he does it big (like everything else in his life). Up until now, the Patriots’ star quarterback’s social media experience has been limited to his verified Facebook account. Naturally, joining a new social platform was a big deal. This article has all the details about the big unveil, including his first Instagram post and the mock selection ceremony he held in his home.
2. From graphic live-streams to breast bans: A look back at Facebook’s problematic relationship with censorship
Since Facebook Live launched in August 2015, the platform has been faced with a multitude of issues regarding censorship. This article recounts the latest issues surrounding Facebook Live videos and how they have been handled by Facebook.
by David Cohen via @SocialTimes
WhatsApp users have a new reason to celebrate! Not only can you now search for GIFs through the app, but the image sharing limit has finally increased as well. This article has all the details about the new update, including when it will be released for your phone’s operating system.
Facebook Live just got another new update! From the new option to designate “Live Contributors” on Pages, to the ability to broadcast Live from a desktop, this article covers everything you need to know.
Snap Inc. has been looking for a home for their international headquarters and they just found one. Read above to learn how and why they made their decision to make London their home base.
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