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The Social Media Platforms market research report is intended to elaborate market opportunities and the potential for the producers, suppliers, merchants, business managers and other shareholders in the Social Media Platforms market. The research report is curated with an aim to provide comprehensive and actionable insights that could enable the Social Media Platforms industry market participants take rightful decisions in terms of investments and other important decisions to secure a better place in the market. The data gathered in the report is appropriately tabulated and classified to analyze the Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of the Social Media Platforms market.

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The research report studies the Social Media Platforms market in terms of its expansion, advances in technology and its positive impact on the progress, supply chains, and work arrangements. Due to the increasing relevance, the research report has developed industry and sector specific interventions of the Social Media Platforms market. The study intends to disseminate crucial information on the concerns in the Social Media Platforms market and current events happening in the Social Media Platforms market. Moreover, developments among policy-makers, leading enterprises, associations, enterprises, international and national trade unions, and the media is provided to the market participants through the report.

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The principal objective of curating the research report is to contribute to informed decision making and provide a clear picture of how their business issues or operational issues can be addressed productively by using the crucial information about the enterprises and other major factors influencing the Social Media Platforms market performance.

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Major economies in certain geographic regions controlling the Social Media Platforms market are analyzed. The geographic regions and countries covered in the study include:

• North America: Canada, U.S., and Mexico

• South America: Brazil, Ecuador, Argentina, Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Costa Rica

• Europe: Italy, the U.K., France, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Netherlands, Spain

• APAC: Japan, China, South Korea, Malaysia, Australia, Taiwan, India, and Hong Kong

• Middle East and Africa: Saudi Arabia, Israel, South Africa

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• Customer Experience Maps that visually represent complex customer interactions

• Data-driven research based on qualitative and quantitative research, and SWOT analysis

• Actionable insights that meet all the business requirements

• The report offers strategic frameworks to improve the market position of enterprises in the Social Media Platforms market.

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Additionally, the research study strives to evaluate the current and future growth prospects, hidden opportunities, factors boosting the potential of revenue, and demand-supply, consumption patterns, pricing patterns of the goods and services available in the Social Media Platforms market by region-wise assessment. The report gathers a wide spectrum of data-driven research and advisory helpful for CXOs and other market participants.

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• The research report is developed for a better market understanding of the market participants like producers, suppliers, reseller, wholesalers, merchants, CXOs, project managers, and other market players about the technological changes and its impact on the overall progress of the Social Media Platforms market.

• To stimulate the market productivity, the role played by trade unions, international organizations or government bodies is depicted in the report.

• Production and employments trends in the regional and international markets along with the specific countries and regions influencing the performance of the Social Media Platforms market are provided in detail in the report.

• The research report is an effective tool to identify risks, overcome challenges in advance without hampering the productivity and provides a better understanding of the consequences of changes taking place in the market.

• Leading players that manufactures high-value consumer products are detailed along with their market capitalization.

• The cost incurred by each segment, transportation, production processes, and distribution constraints are highlighted.

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Facebook-Meta Earns the ‘Worst Company of 2021’ Title in This Survey




Facebook has had its share of controversies this year. The company was under more scrutiny after whistleblower Frances Haugen leaked a series of internal documents.

Facebook parent Meta has been named the Worst Company of the Year (2021) by Yahoo Finance respondents. According to the publication, an “open-ended” survey was published on Yahoo Finance on December 4 and 5, where 1,541 respondents participated. Facebook received 8 percent of the write-in vote, but respondents were seemingly mad about the Robinhood trading app as well. Electric truck startup Nikola, which was named last year’s worst company by the same publication also faced respondents ire.

Yahoo Finance notes, “Facebook has had its share of controversies this year.” Starting in January, Meta-owned WhatsApp got caught up in a huge controversy after the messaging app announced a new privacy policy (Terms of Service). WhatsApp said it would collect user information and share it with third-party apps for a better user experience. However, the app gave users no choice but later made modifications to the policy under pressure. Similarly, the company was under more scrutiny after whistleblower and former Facebook employee Frances Haugen leaked a series of internal documents showing the company’s problematic practices. It was revealed that Meta-owned Instagram had a negative impact on teenage girls, but the company did almost nothing to rectify the problem.

Yahoo Finance even highlights, “At the same time, some critics, including conservatives, say Facebook over-policed the platform’s speech and stifled their voices.” Critics also blame Facebook and other social media platforms for not curbing hate speech that led to Capitol Building riots.

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However, around 30 percent of Yahoo Finance readers said that Facebook or Meta could redeem itself. One respondent suggested that the company could issue a formal apology for negligence and donate a sizable amount of its profits to a foundation to help reverse its harm.

On the other hand, respondents chose Microsoft as the Company of the Year (2021). The Satya Nadella-led company touched the trillion-mark this year and introduced notable upgrades. The most notable is the Windows 11 OS update that succeeds Windows 10.

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Facebook pays 1.7 Cr fine to Russia after failing to delete content Moscow deems illegal





In the latest legal tussle with Russia over controversial social media regulation laws, Facebook paid 17 million roubles (Rs 1.7 Crore) for failing to remove content deemed illegal by Moscow. With a threat of potential larger fines looming, Facebook parent company Meta, owned by Mark Zuckerberg, is scheduled to face court next week over repeated violations of Russian legislation on content, Interfax News Agency reported. As per the latest updates, the social media giant could be fined a percentage of its annual revenue.

In October, Moscow sent state bailiffs to enforce the collection of 17 million roubles. Meanwhile, as per Interfax report citing a federal bailiffs’ database, on Sunday, there were more enforcement proceedings against the company. Apart from the popular social media app, Telegram has also paid 15 million roubles in fines for failing to comply with the Russian social media legislations that came into force in 2016.

Facebook pays $53k to Russia for refusing controversial social media laws

It is pertinent to mention that Facebook has locked horns with Moscow earlier in November, resulting in it paying 4 million roubles ($53,000) over its refusal to adhere to Russian data localisation laws, the Moscow Times reported. The Moscow court on November 25 had said that Facebook paid the fine levied in February, following which all proceedings against the US-based social media giant. The payment comes against the litigation filed against the company in 2018, alongside Twitter. The tech companies were also forced to pay an additional 3000 rubles ($40) for failing to comply with user data sharing rules as per the law. The Russian authorities have also previously blocked LinkedIn, owned by Microsoft, for failing to abide by the laws.

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Russian social media laws

As per Moscow Times, under the Russian social media regulation laws, all foreign technology companies are required to store data related to Russian customers and users on servers located in Russia. Additionally, the Russian tech companies will also have to share encryption data with the federal authorities as well as record user calls, messages and civil society group conversation records. The apparatus is said to be a severe breach of privacy rights and unfettered back-door access to personal data that could be used to harass Kremlin critics.

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Facebook Messenger Is Launching a Split Payments Feature for Users to Quickly Share Expenses




Facebook Messenger Is Launching a Split Payments Feature for Users to Quickly Share Expenses

Meta has announced the arrival of a new Split Payments feature in Facebook Messenger. This feature, as the name suggests, will let you calculate and split expenses with others right from Facebook Messenger. This feature essentially looks to bring an easier method to share the cost of bills and expenses — for example, splitting a dinner bill with friends. Using this new Split Payment feature, Facebook Messenger users will be able to split bills evenly or modify the contribution for each individual, including their own.

The company took to its blog post to announce the new Split Payment feature in Facebook Messenger. 9to5Mac reports that this new bill splitting feature is still in beta and will be exclusive to US users at first. The rollout will begin early next week. As mentioned, it will help users share the cost of bills, expenses, and payments. This feature is especially useful for those who share an apartment and need to split the monthly rent and other expenses with their mates. It could also come handy at a group dinner with many people.

With Split Payments, users can add the number of people the expense needs to be divided with and, by default, the amount entered will be divided in equal parts. A user can also modify each person’s contribution including their own. To use Split Payments, click the Get Started button in a group chat or the Payments Hub in Messenger. Users can modify the contribution in the Split Payments option and send a notification to all the users who need to make payments. After entering a personalised message and confirming your Facebook Pay details, the request will be sent and viewable in the group chat thread.

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Once someone has made the payment, you can mark their transaction as ‘completed’. The Split Payment feature will automatically take into account your share as well and calculate the amount owed accordingly.

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Tasneem Akolawala is a Senior Reporter for Gadgets 360. Her reporting expertise encompasses smartphones, wearables, apps, social media, and the overall tech industry. She reports out of Mumbai, and also writes about the ups and downs in the Indian telecom sector. Tasneem can be reached on Twitter at @MuteRiot, and leads, tips, and releases can be sent to

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