What’s going on in social media and what to look out for

In this article, we highlight some of the big social media trends and trends you need to keep an eye on.

Read moreShare your thoughts on this article We’re taking a closer look at social media, what to watch for and what’s going wrong.

We’ll also highlight some things to look for when it comes to your social media accounts and how to manage them.

Facebook and InstagramThe most recent updates to the Facebook app.

Facebook has had a rough few months.

In October, the social media company announced it was shutting down the service for its new app for iOS and Android.

It’s been a slow-moving rollout, with only a few weeks between the announcement and the shutdown.

Facebook is still using the app for testing and is now offering support for iOS 9 and Android 5.0 Lollipop users.

Facebook also has plans to bring back its Instagram app.

It’s still not clear when this will happen, but Facebook says it’s going to “explore ways to bring Instagram into the Facebook platform”.

It’s unclear when Instagram will be back in the app, though, but Instagram has been removed from the app on iOS and Google Play.

TwitterTwitter is one of the biggest social networks on the web, and it has been one of Facebook’s biggest customers since its inception.

In October, Twitter announced that it was taking a major step to address abuse and harassment on the platform.

Twitter says it has begun to remove abusive tweets, as well as suspending accounts with abusive content, including photos of children or nudity.

Users have reported that Twitter has taken action against accounts with content that “offend or demean someone based on their race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or age”.

Twitter is also making it harder for users to report hate speech, including “any comments that appear to incite violence or harassment of a racial, ethnic, religious, or other identifiable group”, according to a statement.

Twitter has also announced a crackdown on abusive and abusive content.

In a post on its platform, Twitter said it would begin to make it easier for users “to report abuse, harassment, and abusive behavior”, as well “ensure that we take swift action when someone violates the rules of the platform, and help people understand the consequences of their actions”.

Facebook is also taking a big step to tackle the problem of hate speech.

In August, Facebook announced that Facebook had “an immediate and permanent ban on hate speech and violence” on its social media platform.

Facebook says it will take a “significant amount of time” to remove content that violates its rules and that it is “working with our partners to find ways to remove these types of posts in the near future”.

Twitter has also banned a number of posts with hate speech in the past.

Twitter also says it is taking a lot of action against hate speech on its service, which it calls “one of the most important tools in our mission to eradicate hate and promote inclusion”.

Facebook and Twitter have both seen a surge in harassment over the past year.

In September, more than half of Facebook users were victims of harassment, while one in five Twitter users had been the victim of online harassment.

Facebook’s abuse data shows that it has seen a 60% increase in harassment from users in the US, according to the company.

Twitter is now also stepping up efforts to curb harassment.

In May, the company launched a crackdown that allows users to mute tweets that contain abusive language, or report them to Twitter if they continue to spread harassment.

Twitter said it was also making “tangible progress” in cracking down on hate and abuse, and the company is “reinvigorating our efforts to protect our communities from threats, harassment and violence”.

Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, said that the company was “working to build a safe, inclusive and inclusive Facebook” that was “open to all people”.

“We’re working with our friends, family and communities to make sure we are not only building a great platform, but one that is safe for everyone to use,” Zuckerberg said.

“That includes people who are different from us, people who live outside of our communities, people of different faiths, races, genders and sexual orientations, and people who believe differently.

That’s how we create a safe place for everyone.”

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