This week in media news, Facebook donates to bushfire relief, and TikTok bans misleading information.
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- The feature was announced in October last year and is now in development, soon to be rolled out worldwide.
- Users have the option of anyone responding, people they follow only, only people who are mentioned in the tweet, or no replies.
Source: The Verge.
- TikTok has released a new set of guidelines that outline what content could be considered misinformation and deception.
- Their description includes “misinformation meant to incite fear, hate, or prejudice,” “misleading information about medical treatments,” and “content that misleads community members about elections or other civic processes.”
- Facebook has announced it will match up to $1 million in donations made to bushfire relief in Australia, as the bushfires devastate large areas of the country.
- COO Sheryl Sandberg has personally donated $250, 000 to the Red Cross disaster relief which is currently running evacuation centres in numerous Australian states.
Source: Business Insider.
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