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Latest Trends on Social Purchasing Market with Top Players Analysis- Kupivip, Living Social

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Global Social Purchasing Market 2019:2025 research report gives the most up to date industry information and industry future patterns, enabling you to distinguish the items and end clients driving Revenue development and benefit.

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The report, in a nutshell, incorporates a basic overview of the Social Purchasing market with respect to its current status and the market size, with regards to its volume and revenue.

Also, the study is inclusive of a summary of important data considering the regional scope of the industry as well as the firms that seem to have strongly established their position across the Social Purchasing market. This report presents the worldwide Social Purchasing market size (value, production and consumption), splits the breakdown (data status 2014-2019 and forecast to 2025), by manufacturers, region, type and application. This study also analyzes the market status, market share, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and challenges, risks and entry barriers, sales channels, distributors and Porter’s Five Forces Analysis.

The regional analysis provided in the research study offers a complete study on the growth of the global Social Purchasing market in different regions and countries. Readers are also provided with comprehensive competitive analysis, which includes detailed profiling of leading players operating in the global Social Purchasing market. The report provides accurate data and insights related to the global Social Purchasing market, which include CAGR, value, volume, consumption, production growth rate, and revenue.

The Following Top Companies are covered:-

• Kupivip

• Living Social

• Milyoni

• Moontoast

• Payvment

• Ecwid

• Ghigg

• Groupon

• Beachmint

• 3dcart

• 8th Bridge

• Adgregate Markets

• Privalia

• Instagram

• Facebook

• Twitter

• Pinterest

• …

The report focuses on global major leading industry players of Social Purchasing market providing information such as company profiles, product picture and specification, capacity, production, price, cost, revenue and contact information. Upstream raw materials and equipment and downstream demand analysis is also carried out.

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With accurate statistical patterns and regional classification, we provide you with one of the most detailed and easily understandable regional analysis of the global Social Purchasing market.

Market segment by Type, the product can be split into

Advertising/SEO

Consulting Companies

Software Provider

Social Commerce Platform

Market segment by Application, split into

Entertainment

Food & Beverages

Retail & Clothing

Travel

Other End User Industries

Regional Overview of Social Purchasing Market:-

Our analysts are experts in covering all types of geographical market of Social Purchasing from emerging to mature ones. You can expect all-inclusive research analysis of key regional and country levels market such as India, China, Japan, South Africa, Europe, and United States and across the world.

In addition, the research report also includes the list of strategic initiatives that clearly explain the achievements of the Social Purchasing companies in the recent past.

Table of Contents-

Executive Summary

1 Social Purchasing Market Overview

2 Social Purchasing by Company, Region, Type and Application

3 Company Profiles and Key Figures in Social Purchasing Business

4 Social Purchasing Maufacturing Cost Analysis

5 Marketing Channel, Distributors and Customers

6 Market Dynamics

7 Social Purchasing Market Forecast

8 Research Findings and Conclusion

9 Methodology and Data Source

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List of Tables and Figures

Table Social Purchasing Key Market Segments

Table Key Players Social Purchasing Covered

Table Global Social Purchasing Market Size Growth Rate by Type 2014-2025 (Million US$)

Figure Global Social Purchasing Market Size Market Share by Type 2014-2025

Figure Advertising/SEO Figures

Table Key Players of Advertising/SEO

Figure Consulting Companies Figures

Table Key Players of Consulting Companies

Figure Software Provider Figures

Table Key Players of Software Provider

Figure Social Commerce Platform Figures

Table Key Players of Social Commerce Platform

Table Global Social Purchasing Market Size Growth by Application 2014-2025 (Million US$)

Figure Entertainment Case Studies

Figure Food & Beverages Case Studies

Figure Retail & Clothing Case Studies

Figure Travel Case Studies

Figure Other End User Industries Case Studies

Figure Social Purchasing Report Years Considered

Table Global Social Purchasing Market Size 2014-2025 (Million US$)

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Millions of Social Media Users in India Set to Lose Their Anonymity

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Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and TikTok will have to reveal users’ identities if Indian government agencies ask them to, according to the country’s controversial new rules for social media companies and messaging apps expected to be published later this month. The requirement comes as governments around the world are trying to hold social media companies more accountable for the content that circulates on their platforms, whether it’s fake news, child porn, racist invective or terrorism-related content. India’s new guidelines go further than most other countries’ by requiring blanket cooperation with government inquiries, no warrant or judicial order required.

India proposed these guidelines in December 2018 and asked for public comment. The Internet and Mobile Association of India, a trade group that counts Facebook, Amazon.com, and Alphabet’s Google among its members, responded that the requirements “would be a violation of the right to privacy recognized by the Supreme Court.”

But the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology is expected to publish the new rules later this month without major changes, according to a government official familiar with the matter.

“The guidelines for intermediaries are under process,” said N.N. Kaul, the media adviser to the minister of electronics & information technology. “We cannot comment on the guidelines or changes till they are published.”

The provisions in the earlier draft had required platforms such as Google’s YouTube or ByteDance’s TikTok, Facebook or its Instagram and WhatsApp apps, to help the government trace the origins of a post within 72 hours of a request. The companies would also have to preserve their records for at least 180 days to aid government investigators, establish a brick-and-mortar operation within India and appoint both a grievance officer to deal with user complaints and a government liaison. The Ministry is still finalising the language and content.

The rules cover all social media and messaging apps with more than 5 million users. India, with 1.3 billion people, has about 500 million Internet users. It isn’t clear whether the identities of foreign users would be subject to the Indian government’s inquiries.

Law enforcement agencies around the world have been frustrated by tech companies that have refused to identify users, unlock devices or generally cooperate with government investigations, particularly in cases relating to terrorism.

In India, where the Internet — and fake news — are still relatively new phenomenon, a false report of rampant child abduction and organ harvesting circulated widely via WhatsApp, leading to mob violence and over three dozen fatal lynchings in 2017 and 2018.

WhatsApp refused a request from the government to reveal the origins of the rumours, citing its promise of privacy and end-to-end encryption for its 400 million Indian users. It instead offered to fund research into preventing the spread of fake news and mounted a public education campaign in the country, its biggest global market.

WhatsApp will “not compromise on security because that would make people less safe,” it said in a statement Wednesday, adding its global user base had reached over 2 billion. “For even more protection, we work with top security experts, employ industry leading technology to stop misuse as well as provide controls and ways to report issues — without sacrificing privacy.”

At the same time, tech companies and civil rights groups say the new rules are an invitation to abuse and censorship, as well as a burdensome requirement on new and growing companies.

In an open letter to IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, executives from Mozilla, GitHub, and Cloudflare said the guidelines could lead to “automated censorship” and “increase surveillance.“ In order to be able to trace the originator of content, platforms would basically be required to surveil their users, undermine encryption, and harm the fundamental right to privacy of Indian users, they said.

Companies such as Mozilla or Wikipedia wouldn’t fall under the new rules, the government official said. Browsers, operating systems, and online repositories of knowledge, software development platforms, are all exempt. Only social media platforms and messaging apps will be covered.

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Facebook, Instagram and YouTube: Government forcing companies to protect you online

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Although many of the details have still to be confirmed, it’s likely the new rules will apply to Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp, Snapchat, and Instagram

We often talk about the risks you might find online and whether social media companies need to do more to make sure you don’t come across inappropriate content.

Well, now media regulator Ofcom is getting new powers, to make sure companies protect both adults and children from harmful content online.

The media regulator makes sure everyone in media, including the BBC, is keeping to the rules.

Harmful content refers to things like violence, terrorism, cyber-bullying and child abuse.

The new rules will likely apply to Facebook – who also own Instagram and WhatsApp – Snapchat, Twitter, YouTube and TikTok, and will include things like comments, forums and video-sharing.

Platforms will need to ensure that illegal content is removed quickly, and may also have to “minimise the risks” of it appearing at all.

These plans have been talked about for a while now.

The idea of new rules to tackle ‘online harms’ was originally set out by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport in May 2018.

The government has now decided to give Ofcom these new powers following research called the ‘Online Harms consultation’, carried out in the UK in 2019.

Plans allowing Ofcom to take control of social media were first spoken of in August last year.

The government will officially announce these new powers for Ofcom on Wednesday 12 February.

But we won’t know right away exactly what new rules will be introduced, or what will happen to tech or social media companies who break the new rules.

Children’s charity the NSPCC has welcomed the news. It says trusting companies to keep children safe online has failed.

“Too many times social media companies have said: ‘We don’t like the idea of children being abused on our sites, we’ll do something, leave it to us,'” said chief executive Peter Wanless.

“Thirteen self-regulatory attempts to keep children safe online have failed.

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Back in Feb 2018 YouTube said they were “very sorry” after Newsround found several videos not suitable for children on the YouTube Kids app

The UK government’s Digital Secretary, Baroness Nicky Morgan said: “There are many platforms who ideally would not have wanted regulation, but I think that’s changing.”

“I think they understand now that actually regulation is coming.”

In many countries, social media platforms are allowed to regulate themselves, as long as they stick to local laws on illegal material.

But some, including Germany and Australia, have introduced strict rules to force social media platforms do more to protect users online.

In Australia, social media companies have to pay big fines and bosses can even be sent to prison if they break the rules.

For more information and tips about staying safe online, go to BBC Own It, and find out how to make the internet a better place for all of us.

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Google Surpasses Facebook in Downloads for First Time in 5 Years in Q4 2019: Sensor Tower

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US-based search engine giant Google has, for the first time in five years, unseated Facebook as the top publisher of mobile apps in Q4 2019.

In the last quarter of 2019, Google amassed close to 850 million downloads compared to Facebook‘s nearly 800 million, analytics firm Sensor Tower revealed recently.

When it comes to overall downloads for the year, however, Google still trails behind Facebook.

While Google raked in nearly 2.3 billion downloads, Facebook gained almost 3 billion downloads over the past 12 months.

Facebook owns four out of the top five most downloaded apps worldwide, including WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram and Messenger, that does not come as a surprise.

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Call of Duty: Mobile was the most downloaded game last quarter, followed by Sand Balls
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ByteDance-owned video sharing app TikTok was the world’s second-most downloaded app in 2019.

The figures show that TikTok downloads reached an all-time high in the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2019, with nearly 220 million installs, which represented a 24 per cent increase over Q3 2019.

Sensor Tower also reports that TikTok’s revenue grew by a massive 540 per cent year-on-year in Q4 2019.

Additionally, Disney+ was downloaded more than 30 million times in Q4 2019 in the US, which is more than double of its next nearest competitor, TikTok.

In terms of revenue, Disney+ grossed more than $50 million in its first 30 days, beating out other subscription video on demand (SVOD) rivals, like HBO NOW and Showtime.

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