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English Premier League Says Vines, Photos, GIFs of Goals Illegal

Sorry English Premier League fans, no more posting videos, photographs, or GIFs of goals online.
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Social Media Saturday: How to Minimize Facebook Messenger, Snapchat Fights for its Right to Video, and Twitter's Tumultuous Week

This week in social media, people are still complaining about the Facebook Messenger app, Snapchat is battling for the right to keep its "tap to hold" video capture feature, and we saw the power and problems of Twitter (and for that matter social media) in the Ferguson shooting and Robin Williams' death.
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Twitter Suspends Anonymous Account After It Names 'Random Citizen' As Michael Brown's Shooter

It seems Internet vigilantism didn't die after Reddit's Boston bombing-obsessed users pointed its fingers at an innocent student who was later discovered dead. This time it's the hacktivist group Anonymous publically pointing the finger at a person who may or may not have been the police officer who fatally shot Michael Brown in Ferguson Missouri.
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Social Media Saturday: Facebook and Foursquare Unbundle Their Apps, While Twitter Drops Bing Translate

This week in social media, both Facebook and Foursquare implemented a piece of their separate-app strategy -- both leading to some controversy. Meanwhile, Twitter quietly removed Bing translation, a feature it added in time for the World Cup this year, likely because it wasn't really ready for prime time.
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Social Media Saturday: Facebook Begins Internet.org Dominance, Twitter Bounces Back, and Yet Another Snapchat Clone Appears

This week in social media, Facebook opened up the Internet to every person in Zambia through its Internet.org app. Meanwhile, things don't look so bleak for Twitter, partly thanks to the World Cup, and Snapchat could soon be valued at $10 billion -- no wonder Facebook just launched yet another Snapchat clone.
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Social Media Saturday: Facebook Takes Off, Twitter Looks Shaky, and Two Social Networks Reveal Unsurprisingly Low Diversity

This week in social media, Facebook took a victory lap on Wall Street, while Twitter's earnings next week look to be disappointing. Also disappointing, but not surprising, were the diversity figures released this week by Twitter and Pinterest.
Twitter, Facebook Finds Laughter in Brazil's World Cup Loss With Viral Memes

World Cup: A Look at Funniest Memes From Social Media After Brazil-Germany Game

After Brazil's disappointing 7-1 defeat to Germany, the internet was ablaze with hilarious memes that were created and shared throughout the web. Latin Post.com take a look at some of the funniest ones from social media.
Twitter, Facebook Finds Laughter in Brazil's World Cup Loss With Viral Memes

World Cup: A Look at Funniest Memes From Social Media After Brazil-Germany Game

After Brazil's disappointing 7-1 defeat to Germany, the internet was ablaze with hilarious memes that were created and shared throughout the web. Latin Post.com take a look at some of the funniest ones from social media.
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US Mobile Internet Consumption Doubled, Declining Landline Usage Affects State and Local Taxations

Mobile Internet usage has doubled in the U.S. during the last two years, but its had dented state and federal agencies' taxation efforts.
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Social Media Saturday: Facebook Under Fire for Study, Twitter's 'Buy Now' Button and YouTube's More Popular Than Live TV

This week, the “study hit the fan” for Facebook, as the world of online media picked up on the controversial Facebook emotion research that we reported early last Saturday and a privacy group filed a formal complaint with the FTC. Meanwhile, Twitter could introduce an integrated “Buy Now” button, Vine added “Loop Counts” and YouTube was found to be more popular than television.
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Latin Social Media Wrap-Up: William Levy Celebrates, Angelique Boyer's Last Day on Set and Eiza González Goes to Disney

Plus, find out what happened to Thalia's face.
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Social Media Saturday: Facebook Is Creepy [and Mostly White Men] While Twitter's Better at World Cup News

A roundup of the biggest, most interesting or weirdest social media news from the week.
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Social Media Saturday: Facebook Expands Ad Tracking and Takes on Snapchat, While Twitter Finally Lets You Post GIFs - Kind Of

This week was big in social media, especially for Facebook, which announced new features in some of its apps, an entirely new stand-alone app and expanded the amount of information it can collect from you. Twitter, meanwhile, finally enabled tweeting GIFs, LinkedIn faces a lawsuit for violating privacy, and Snapchat got more social with a new sharing feature. It's time for Social Media Saturday.
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ISIS Influence on Twitter: Sunni Terror Group's Info Leaks as Social Network Suspends Terror-Affiliated Accounts

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has captured several towns and cities in Iraq, and the Sunni terror group's progress could be threatened due to social media. "Secret" strategies about ISIS have allegedly leaked on Twitter ranging from veiled associations and conspiratorial plots.
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Social Media Saturday: FIFA World Cup 2014 Edition

The World Cup, which kicked off this Thursday, is expected to be the most social media-intensive event in history. Already, in the year leading up to the world's biggest single-sport event, the phrase "World Cup" has outpaced other big sporting events in social media mentions. Here's how Twitter, Facebook and others have prepared and how they hope to capitalize on the World Cup.
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Social Media Saturday: New Instagram Tools, Facebook Approves Dogecoin Tipping, and CIA Joins Twitter

This week in social media, Facebook approved a dogecoin tipping app, social media prenups are a thing now, Instagram updated its app with new tools, Pinterest and Twitter keep upping the advertising, and CIA joined Twitter and Facebook for some reason. It's time for Social Media Saturday!
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