Social Media in News 2022 PDF

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Social Media in News’ covers all the latest news related to popular social media like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and WhatsApp, important for competitive exams.

Here is the latest social media-related news of 2022, check it out.

Only important ones which are important for the competitive exams are covered in this section

Social Media in News latest updates
Social Media in News latest updates

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‘Twitter’ in News

Blue tick, recently seen in the news, is a premium service provided by the popular microblogging (combination of blogging and social media) site Twitter.

▪ Recently, social media platform Twitter has launched a new feature “Circles”.

▪ Tesla CEO Elon Musk will serve as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Twitter, the social media company he just bought for $44 billion.

Virat Kohli has become the first cricketer to have 50 million followers on Twitter.

Samiran Gupta has been appointed to head public policy for Twitter in India.

▪ Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey recently announced his vision for a new decentralized web platform that is being called Web 5.0.

‘Facebook’ in News

Facebook-parent Meta has appointed Sandhya Devanathan as its new head and vice president of its India business.

Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) has partnered with Facebook’s parent company Meta to support five lakh women-led small businesses across India.

‘Instagram’ in News

▪ Instagram has announced a new campaign called the ‘Take a Break’ concept in all countries including India.

Take a Break will alert users scrolling on Instagram to periodically take breaks from the platform and focus on other things.

▪ Instagram alternative Rossgram was launched by Russia after Instagram stopped its operation in Russia due to Russia Ukraine war.

‘WhatsApp’ in News

▪ Recently, Kerala High Court ruled that admins of WhatsApp groups are not liable for objectionable posts made by group members.

▪ Kerala Tourism has launched a 24×7 WhatsApp chatbot ‘Maya’, which will provide virtual assistance to Tourists to access information and updates about the tourism ecosystem in the state by just sending a ‘Hi’ to the WhatsApp no. 7510512345, or by scanning a QR code to access the service.

WhatsApp mobile application has launched the SMBS Sathi Utsav initiative to help small businesses by helping them to adopt digital mediums.

Social Media in News 2022 PDF

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