January 23, 2021 10:26 (IST)
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Youth need to take inspiration from young Indian cricket team’s recent victory: PM Modi | Jammu and Kashmir: Pakistan troops violate ceasefire near LoC in Kupwara | West Bengal: Actor Saurav Das joins Trinamool Congress | Rebel Trinamool Congress leader Rajib Banerjee resigns as Bengal Minister | Assam: Speedy bus mow down school student, angry mob damage vehicle

Ban on Donald Trump's Facebook, Instagram accounts extended 'indefinitely'

Washington/IBNS: Outgoing US President Donald Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts have been banned for at least two weeks after his supporters stormed into the iconic Capitol building and created chaos over his defeat in the polls.

Facebook CEO Zuckerberg to allow users to switch off political ads in new voting campaign

Washington/Sputnik: Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced on Tuesday that his social networks will be launching a campaign to increase voter turnout in the upcoming US presidential election and that they will be introducing a feature to block all political ads.

Facebook intends to merge Whatsapp, Messenger, Instagram

Menlo Park, Jan 26 (IBNS): Social networking site Facebook is intending to merge its messaging apps Whatsapp, Messenger and Instagram, media reports said.

Mark Zuckerberg now third richest person in the world

California, Jul 7 (IBNS): Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg has overtaken Warren Buffett as the world’s third-richest person.

Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg apologises to US Congress for data breach

New York, Apr 11 (IBNS): Facing the US Senators, Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg has apologised for the data leak of  tens of millions of social media users.

Facebook reports new data breach, over 87 million user accounts compromised

New York, Apr 5 (IBNS): In its latest report, social networking site Facebook has said that over 87 million user accounts were compromised due to a data breach.

Data leak: US Federal Trade commission confirms investigation of Facebook

Washington, Mar 27 (IBNS):  The US Federal Trade commission has said it is investigating social media giant Facebook after the leak of personal and other data of its users.