The social media giant would not say if another algorithmic bias bounty challenge will be held.
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Irish regulators support Facebook's 'consent bypass' legal maneuver, suggest $42 million fine for GDPR violations
A privacy rights group claimed Facebook has worked with Irish regulators to get around certain GDPR rules.
Meta said it will now "remove Pages, Groups and accounts representing military-controlled businesses." It made similar comments after the coup in February.
By January 19, 2022, Facebook said it would be removing some ad targeting features, including ones that focus on race, ethnicity or religion.
The outages capped a rough week for the social media giant.
The feature will only be available to a small group of English-language users on iOS, Android and Twitter.com.
Twitter's Q3 data licensing sales came to $143 million, up 12% from a year ago, and its ad revenue climbed 41% year over year to $1.14 billion.
Mozilla's latest privacy ranking slaps 'Privacy Not Included' tag on Facebook Messenger, WeChat and Houseparty
Slack also faced criticism from Mozilla researchers for not allowing users to block contacts.
The company has faced backlash for hiding internal research showing the platform's negative impact on teen body image issues.
Twitter Blue is only available in the US, New Zealand, Australia, and Canada.