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How Meta’s metaverse vision will change the future of communication
Creativity is all about connection and increasingly brands will communicate via evolving technologies as the metaverse takes shape, says Meta’s Angie Gifford.
How to avoid being caught out by latest fake WhatsApp profiles scam
Here are some of the best ways to spot a fake WhatsApp account and keep your personal information safe.
WhatsApp shares its vision to improve group chat
Communities could rival other messaging apps such as Telegram, which has been widely used for communication in the Russia-Ukraine war.
Man jailed for WhatsApp threats to kill Spanish PM Pedro Sánchez
The 66-year-old suspect had expressed anger at Spain's decision to exhume the remains of former dictator Francisco Franco.
UK government needs to 'get a grip on Whatsapp', report says
Like the rest of us, Boris Johnson's government is using messaging apps more and more. The problem is, they make it too easy to delete important information.
Telegram is being used by both sides in the Ukraine war. Is it safe?
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy used the app to call on Ukrainians to resist Russia’s attack, while Russians are using it to access news.
Three London police officers charged over offensive Whatsapp messages
The suspects are accused of exchanging "grossly offensive" messages with Wayno Couzens, a former police officer convicted of murdering Sarah Everard.
Meta’s Whatsapp trials crypto payments in the US
Novi said the aim of the payment system is to help millions of people who cannot access global financial systems.
Users of the messaging app will be notified of the changes but won't have to take any action, the company said.
'Despicable': Two police officers admit taking selfies at murder scene
The family of the murdered victims said the police officer's actions were "despicable" and had brought them "even more anxiety".
Here's how Facebook disappeared from the Internet
The sheer scale of Facebook meant its downtime had ripple effects hitting businesses, advertisers and even locking the company's employees out of their offices.
Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp back online after global outage
The major outage on Monday affected millions of users of the three social media platforms around the world.
Turkey fines WhatsApp €197,000 over controversial privacy update
The Turkish data protection authority said that WhatsApp no longer offered users "free will".
Ireland fines WhatsApp €225m for breaking EU data protection rules
Infringements relating to multiple GDPR articles were found. The Facebook-owned messaging platform was also cited for failing to meet its "transparency obligations".
Tech this week: Could Facebook sell Instagram and WhatsApp?
Elon Musk plans the creation of a humanoid robot while Facebook is the subject of another complaint from the FTC.
Facebook 'banned' the Taliban from WhatsApp. They kept using it
Social media companies are struggling to shut down accounts linked to the sanctioned group which took the Afghan capital Kabul last weekend.
WhatsApp goes phoneless, Microsoft gatecrashes World Emoji Day party
What you need to know in tech this week: WhatsApp pilots multi-device access and Microsoft's paperclip symbol gatecrashes World Emoji Day party.
WhatsApp faces EU consumer complaints over privacy changes
Germany bans Facebook from handling WhatsApp data
The regulator suggested that the decision wasn’t just about protecting users' privacy but also to avoid the use of data "to influence voters' decisions to manipulate democratic choices", citing the upcoming 26 September parliamentary elections in Germany.
Lockdown easing plan circulating on WhatsApp in Portugal is "false"
Portugal's government says there is "no truth" to the document, which has been shared widely on social media.