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LinkedIn Killing Stories, Revamping Videos

LinkedIn is killing off its ephemeral Stories features but plans to use what it learned to improve videos across its platform.

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YouTube Paid Creators $30 Billion Over the Last Three Years

YouTube has provided insight into the state of its content platform, including some impressive figures regarding its revenue and payouts to creators.

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Twitter Announces Shop Module, Its Foray Into E-Commerce

Twitter is looking to help businesses bring e-commerce to their Twitter profiles with a new feature called Shop Module.

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Facebook Spending $1 Billion on Content Creators Through 2022

Facebook plans to pay content creators some $1 billion through 2022 in an effort to ward off rivals.

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Twitter Kills Fleets, Disappearing Tweets

Twitter has announced it is shutting down Fleets, the company’s disappearing tweets feature.

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Instagram Unveils Live Rooms, Ability to Livestream With Three People

Instagram has introduced Live Rooms, doubling the capacity of its Live on Instagram feature.

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TikTok Settles Privacy Suit For $92 Million

TikTok has agreed to pay $92 million to settle a lawsuit in the US over its privacy practices.

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TikTok Runs Afoul of European Consumer Law

TikTok has found itself in trouble with the European Consumer Organisation BEUC, as a result of multiple infractions against EU consumer laws.

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US Government Appeals TikTok Injunction

In the latest twist of the never-ending saga, the US government is appealing an injunction against its TikTok ban.

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Twitter Works to Make Advertisers Feel Safe

Twitter is taking steps to ensure advertisers feel safe on its platform, a vital step for the company’s long-term growth.