While Facebook’s data misuse concerns have taken the spotlight in recent weeks, the platform’s also still working to stamp out false information, and the way in which Facebook can be used to spread unsubstantiated, and divisive, content.
After opening up on-platform job listings to North American businesses last year, Facebook's now expanding the ability to apply to jobs directly on Facebook to more than 40 additional countries.
And while Facebook’s job listings seem like an immediate push into LinkedIn’s territory, Facebook’s focus is actually a little different.
As the controversy around Facebook data misuse rages on, The Social Network continues to push ahead with its updates, further tweaking its systems to better cater to what they think’s best.
Here’s a small, but important, update - Facebook has announced that it has expanded its Rights Manager tool to help monitor and protect video on Instagram, in addition to Facebook.
Pinterest has announced that it’s making its Shopping Ads available to more businesses as it moves into the next phase of its monetization efforts.