Facebook announced that the firm would no longer be utilizing the facial recognition software for the identification of faces in videos and photographs posted on their social media platform.
Second-largest GDPR fine of £225m was related to a thorough investigation against the firm in 2018, whether WhatsApp had provided transparency for process of handling sensitive information about the users.
WhatsApp is testing a new feature that has been incorporated into new update, which will allow the users to text without using their smartphone device for the very first time.
Social media platforms are faced criticism as sites used for racial abusing of football players, which was followed after the dramatic results of the Euro 2020 tournament on Sunday.
Over 200 high-profile women have recently agreed to sign a petition to take required actions to tackle down online abuse, which is currently on immoderation on social media platforms.
Facebook’s stock market value has been able to top off $1 trillion for the very first time after the tech firm has been able to win a court case against the United States regulatory authority.
Chief executive of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, has announced to the employees that he is currently planning to spend almost half of the upcoming year of 2022 with remote working.