By ZDNet Staff
| November 29, 2007 -- 03:26 GMT (19:26 PST)
| Topic: Social Enterprise
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Twitter bans 936 accounts managed by the Chinese state, aimed at Hong Kong protests
Twitter will also stop accepting ads paid for by state-run news agencies.
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Fake influencer follower fraud to cost companies $1.3B in 2019
Businesses are expected to lose $1.3 billion this year in online ad spending because of fake influencer followers.
Apps are a must: Three out of five start shopping via mobile
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New AWS Chatbot uses Slack to flag system alerts to DevOps teams
AWS launches a chatbot dedicated to getting its system alerts to developers, through Slack and its own Chime app.
Facebook confirms it's the subject of FTC antitrust probe
Meanwhile, Facebook shares were up in after-hours trading as the company exceeded Q2 revenue expectations.
FTC hits Facebook with record $5 billion fine for user privacy violations
As part of the record-breaking settlement, Facebook has agreed to conduct a massive overhaul of its consumer privacy practices.
Facebook pairs its Map With AI service OpenStreetMap project
AFP wants a system to collect social and political info to aid police operations
Opens expression of interest for the two-year project.