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Social media are online communications channels that help people share information or content and interact with each other. Clearly defining the term is quite tricky because there are numerous social media services available nowadays. The most well-known are Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, Snapchat, TikTok, etc.
Facebook launches Shops to bring small businesses online during the global pandemic. The new feature will bring a shopping tab on Instagram and have shoppable live streams.
The social media giant bought the GIF-sharing platform that reportedly cost $400 million to integrate it into Instagram.
This week’s stories feature the secret of Elon Musk’s son’s name, heroic mantises that will save the world, and flexibility lessons from Iron Arnie.
In its April report, Facebook said it found 50 million posts with fake information related to the novel coronavirus in April. In March, 40 million messages were detected.
Some of the tech giant’s employees may never get back to the offices and will work from home indefinitely. Twitter said that the past few months “have proven we can make that work.”
These labels and warning messages will provide users with additional information or context on tweets with COVID-19 misleading information.
Facebook employees that can go on with their work at home will have an opportunity to do so until the end of this year, while some of them will be able to get back to the offices once they re-open.