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Facebook says no to anti-holocaust Content – Top Trending news

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Facebook says no to anti-holocaust content

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Facebook has now decided to take a sterner stand against anti-Semitism. The world’s most beloved social networking platform has said that it will ban all the content on its platform that either denies the existence or distorts the history of holocaust. Facebook might have been compelled to take this firm stand since it has faced repeated criticisms for allowing the denial of holocaust content on its platform. This action might also have to do with the fact that Mark Zuckerberg is a Jew and post-marriage is known for his religious affiliation. To know more click here.

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Triller, U.S based video sharing app, wants to take advantage of TikTok woes

After Donald Trump administration decided to vent its wrath on TikTok app, the popular Chinese video sharing app is facing uncertain future in the world’s biggest internet market. TikTok’s current status being that it has been acquired by Oracle but today things aren’t exactly the same for the Chinese app. Taking advantage of TikTok’s void and its existential crisis is American local player Triller. If grapevines are to be believed then Triller is not only harboring the ambition of raising massive funds but also going public in coming years. To know more click here.

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OnePlus Co-founder Carl Pei resigns, will launch new venture soon

Carl Pei, who co-founded Chinese smart phone giant OnePlus, has reportedly resigned from the company. Pei was one of the prominent faces of the OnePlus and is believed to have played a crucial role in company’s growth. According to Techcrunch, Pei is unlikely to join any big company and will probably start his own venture. To know more click here.

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Disney rejigs its Biz to focus more on streaming business

Disney has decided to rejig its business priorities with streaming business will now assume more priority and focus.  Disney has said that pandemic has completely crippled its theatrical business but sees much needed hope for long-term growth in the streaming business. To know more click here.

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