Facebook, the largest social networking platform, has decided to change its policy regarding the removal of suggestions on political and social activities.
According to media reports, while talking to investors, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said that the change in Facebook policy has been made after the Capitol Hill attack. He said that the company is also considering reducing political content from its platform because the public reaction showed that users do not want politics and fighting on Facebook.
It should be noted that after the attack on Capitol Hill, former US President Trump had encouraged the attack through other social media platforms including Facebook post on which he has been blocked on several social media platforms including Facebook and Twitter.
Many WhatsApp users have turned to alternatives such as Signal and Telegram, while Facebook’s proprietary app is having trouble convincing people that their private chats are still secure. The first good news of the year is coming.
Update tracking site WABetaInfo said that the call feature in the web version of WhatsApp Beta is available to more users. According to the report, WhatsApp is working on the development of this feature and that is why all these users Is not available in the web and desktop versions. However, this new development indicates that this feature will soon be available to all users.