Thousands of images were released of the social media ads Russian’s purchased from the 2016 U.S. Presidential election by lawmakers Wednesday showing us how they played us. Continue reading Images Of Social Media Ads Russia Used To Target U.S. Election Released
Have you ever had a conversation with someone about something random then mysteriously you see an ad pop up on your feed about that random topic? Continue reading IS Facebook Spying on You?
Are criminals getting dumber? Continue reading Couple Sees Stolen Items Being Sold on Facebook
The SpaceX rocket that exploded on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral also blew up a pricey Facebook satellite it was supposed to deliver into orbit, leaving social network company boss Mark Zuckerberg “deeply disappointed.”
The four-minute-long explosion occurred as the 604-ton Falcon 9 rocket was being fuelled with a powerful mixture of liquid oxygen and rocket-grade kerosene propellant for test firing before its weekend launch.
The cause of the blast is still unknown and is being investigated, according to a tweet by SpaceX CEO Elon Musk. He described it as a “fast fire, not an explosion.”
The rocket’s payload was a $200m (£151m) satellite — called Amos 6 and owned by Israeli company Space Communications or Spacecom — to be used by Facebook to bring Internet access to remote villages in Africa, the Middle East and Europe. The operation also involved French satellite firm Eutelsat Communications.
“I’m deeply disappointed to hear that SpaceX’s launch failure destroyed our satellite,” Zuckerberg wrote in a post while traveling in Africa. He noted that the satellite “would have provided connectivity to so many entrepreneurs and everyone else across the continent”.
Zuckerberg said other technologies are in the works to boost Internet access, adding: “We will keep working until everyone has the opportunities this satellite would have provided.” Facebook already completed its first successful experimental flight in June of Aquila, an unmanned, solar-powered plane that will also be used to beam the Internet into remote areas.
Read more at ibtimes.co.uk
If you love Facebook live feature get ready for commercial ads!
Facebook is already testing short video ads for the live streaming feature which will play during breaks in the live broadcast.
Not really sure how this is going to work all across board but for now FB is letting a few publishers try this out. The ads might pop up 5 minutes into the live feature and can last up to 15 seconds.
If I’m watching a “live” broadcast I hope the ads aren’t random and the folks running them know how to place them so it isn’t a nuisance.
Read more click TechCrunch.com
A Texas man goes on the ride of his life when he flies off of the side of a waterslide falling down a rocky cliff.
David Salmon is the man in the video who is seen flying over the edge of the waterslide. He suffered some injuries (broken arm, fractured ribs) from the fall down the rocky cliff and was hospitalized. Continue reading Man Goes on The Waterslide Ride Of His Life (Video)
Social Media has been wrecking homes for years, but for 21 year old Laura Montanez, it ruined her life.
If you can find an issue or expose a flaw in Facebook or Instagram (which Facebook owns) they will pay you. The program is called the Facebook bug bounty program. Ten year old Jani (not real name per request from parents) from Finland recently exposed a flaw on Instagram that any given comment could be deleted.
Jani discovered the power to erase comments on any user account even Justin Bieber. Jani is the youngest person to receive recognition for Facebook’s bug bounty program. Facebook will pay Jani $10,000 for his discovery!
To read more in depth go to Washingtonpost.com
We seriously need a spiritual revolution and I’m not talking about organized religion. The world as we once knew is gone – recognize the shift, the control, and lack of self control.
Today technology is a beast within itself and we have to begin to teach individuals how to exist on level to reconnect with our divine spirit. Continue reading Reign’s Thought Of The Week – Evolution Of Self
Facebook and Instagram are banning private gun sales on its platforms.
On Friday, Facebook — which bought Instagram in 2012 — said it is updating its policies to reflect this.