Audio App Clubhouse Floats Payments Feature For Creators

Audio – chat app Clubhouse said on Monday it will lunch a monetization feature for its creators on the platform and that it will not receive any payment from it. Starting Monday, all users will be able to send payments through the platform, Clubhouse said. The feature to receive payments will initially be available only … More Audio App Clubhouse Floats Payments Feature For Creators

SOCIAL MEDIA | YouTube Suspends Trump’s Channel After Violating Policy On Inciting Violence

Alphabet Inc.’s YouTube said on Tuesday it has suspended Donald Trump’s channel as it violated policies for inciting violence after last week’s assault on the U.S. Capitol by the president’s supporters. Online platforms and social media companies are distancing themselves from, and taking action against, those that encouraged or engaged in the violence in Washington, … More SOCIAL MEDIA | YouTube Suspends Trump’s Channel After Violating Policy On Inciting Violence

BUSINESS | Twitter Says Attackers Downloaded Data From Up To Eight Non-Verified Accounts

MILAN | ITALY – Twitter Inc said on Saturday that hackers were able to download account information for up to eight accounts involved in the hack of its system this week, but said none of them were verified accounts. The company said the unidentified attackers targeted 130 accounts, and were able to reset passwords to … More BUSINESS | Twitter Says Attackers Downloaded Data From Up To Eight Non-Verified Accounts

SOCIAL MEDIA | Canada’s Biggest Banks Join Boycott Of Facebook Platforms

TORONTO – Canada’s biggest lenders confirmed on Friday they had joined a widespread boycott of Facebook Inc. begun by U.S. civil rights groups seeking to pressure the world’s largest social media platform to take concrete steps to block hate speech. More than 400 brands have pulled advertising on Facebook in response to the ‘Stop Hate … More SOCIAL MEDIA | Canada’s Biggest Banks Join Boycott Of Facebook Platforms

SOCIAL MEDIA | Turkey Determined To Control Social Media Platforms, Erdogan Says

ISTAMBUL – Turkey will introduce regulations to control social media platforms or shut them down, President Tayyip Erdogan announced on Wednesday, pressing ahead with government plans after he said his family was insulted online. Finance Minister Berat Albayrak, Erdogan’s son-in-law, said on Twitter on Tuesday that his fourth child had been born. Following the tweet, … More SOCIAL MEDIA | Turkey Determined To Control Social Media Platforms, Erdogan Says