Who unfriended me on Facebook?

Who unfriended me on Facebook? There’s nothing worse than wondering if someone you care about quietly snuck out the back door of your digital life. Except, of course, that feeling that comes after you confirm they have unfollowed you, and you’re left wondering what post, photo, or caption finally pushed them over the edge. There are all sorts of reasons why you may want to find out who is unfollowing you on social media. Maybe you’re concerned about your personal

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Top 10 Social Media Management Tools

Social Media Management Tools   When you’re considering what is the best social media management tools, it comes down to three key ideas:Engagement, Analytics, and the networks your customers populate. Some social media managers opt for a single tool, while others use multiple tools – particularly in Enterprise environments. Which social media management tool should you pick? Read on to discover how to choose the right platform for you, and for our list of the 10 best. How to Choose

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Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter sued by French anti-racist groups for failing to remove hate speech

Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter are facing legal troubles in France, where three organizations are planning legal action against the internet giants for failing to comply with French law by not removing hate speech from their respective sites.France’s largest anti-racism group, SOS Racisme, along with the French Jewish student union (UEJF) and gay rights movement SOS Homophobie, said that out of the 586 offensive videos, tweets, and comments they found during the month-long survey, only a small percentage was taken down.French

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Twitter to stop counting photos and links in 140-character limit

Twitter already dropped the service’s iconic 140 character limit for Direct Messages and is now looking for a way to give its users additional space in composing tweets as well. While the company is not ready to drop this restriction altogether, according to Bloomberg, it will soon stop counting links and media towards the limit.Currently, a link takes up 23 characters, while a photo takes up 24 characters, leaving a user only 93 characters for text if both are added.

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