Months after the coronavirus pandemic spread worldwide, social media platforms are still dealing with misinformation. In May a video titled Plandemic spread across Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, despite containing false information loosely attached to wider conspiracy theories targeting people like Bill Gates and Dr. Anthony Fauci. Now, after a short build-up, a group of people have put together a "sequel," Plandemic: Indoctornation that continues the misleading and false themes of the original. As The Verge notes, Twitter and Facebook have been more proactive this time around. On Facebook, sharing a link to the video's website is blocked straight away, as opposed to their initial steps with the first video that just limited its reach.
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Streaming services like Netflix and Hulu offer tens of thousands of hours of television shows and movies on demand. That presents a challenge: How to find something to watch? Sure, most such platforms try to recommend content based on your past viewing habits. But sometimes you just want to mindlessly flip around, as you might while watching regular television. A new app called Rheo offers an intriguing solution, using the latest Apple TV set-top box to bring channel surfing to the world of online video.
Facebook is testing a Snapchat-like Stories feature in Ireland. Facebook is making adjustments to videos presented on users' News Feeds that could benefit creators of longer videos. On Thursday, the social network announced it will adjust the value of videos based on how much was watched. Facebook says most Pages won't see a significant impact, but longer videos might gain more visibility on users' feeds. "If you watch most or all of a video, that tells us that you found the video to be compelling -- and we know that completing a longer video is a bigger commitment than completing a shorter one," read a statement from Facebook product manager Abhishek Bapna and research scientist Seyoung Park.