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Facebook losses daily active users for the first time in its history  

Facebook shares plunged more than 20% on Wednesday after Facebook’s parent company Meta reported subdued numbers and weaker forecast while announcing its quarterly results. Meta cited Apple’s privacy changes and increasing competition from platforms like TikTok for reporting unflattering numbers. But more importantly Facebook reported a visible drop in its global daily active users as compared to the last quarter, dropping from 1.930 Bn users to 1.929 Bn. This is first time in 18 year history that Facebook has reported decline in the number of global active users (Read more)


Two more AI ethics researchers quit Google

Google  has lost two more important members of Ethical AI research group, according to Bloomberg. The names of these newly exit members are researcher Alex Hanna and software engineer Dylan Baker. But the more important point to be noted is that these two members will join the non-profit organization started by Gebru. Gebru, who was the head of Google’s Ethical AI research group, was forced to resign in controversial manner in December 2020 (Read more)


Twitter is testing long tweets (Twitter Articles)

According to unconfirmed reports, Twitter is currently testing a new feature called Twitter Articles, which will allow users to post long Tweets and tweets well beyond the current limitation of 240 characters. If there is any shred of truth in this report then people will be able to express themselves in much better way on Twitter


Australia’s richest man sues Facebook

Andrew Forrest, Australia’s richest man, has filed a criminal case against Facebook. The Australian billionaire had accused Facebook of failing the scam ridden ads that were using his image and name. Forrest is the chairman of the mining company Fortescue Metal (Read more)


Elon Musk Starlink fetches license to operate in Brazil         

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Elon Musk’s satellite internet company Starlink, a division of SpaceX, has got license to operate and offer internet services in Brazil. Starlink will offer the internet services through its local sister company set up in Brazil. This report has emerged amid Starlink’s failure to get license in India (Read more)

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