Social networks and privacy, two definitively irreconcilable concepts

Social networks and privacy two definitively irreconcilable concepts

On the occasion of the world day of social networks this Thursday, June 30, here is a little reminder of their good use in terms of privacy, for the 67% of French people who use them. As we know, the use of social networks is not without consequences. By writing comments, by publishing, by reacting, … Read more

Looking to the future: what will be the social platforms of tomorrow? | News attic

Looking to the future what will be the social platforms

When we think about the future of social media, we often have a pessimistic, almost dystopian view. This is probably due to the fact that we care more and more about privacy issues and the social and humanitarian commitment of the corporations behind our social networks. Indeed, around the world, we talk a lot about … Read more

FIFA and FIFPRO join forces to combat hate speech on social media

Report sheds light on issue of insults directed at players and coaches in international competitions FIFA and FIFPRO to launch moderation tools to better protect participants Players will receive educational support and mental health prevention advice at upcoming FIFA tournaments FIFA has published a independent report on the occasion of the International Day for the … Read more

Interview with Saïd Zejjari: “Investing in social applications offers many advantages”

– Many companies and administrations have been forced to act quickly and find digital solutions during the pandemic. How badly can this acceleration hurt business owners and managers? – Successful digital transformation is well linked, above all, to the manager of the company and to the strategy deployed. Many companies and administrations have opted for … Read more

Conflict in Ukraine: Canadian social media targeted by structured disinformation

This is the conclusion of an extensive study (New window) (in English) published Wednesday by researchers at the School of Public Policy at the University of Calgary. Authors Jean-Christophe Boucher, Jack Edwards, Jenny Kim, Abbas Badami and Henry Smith have published a report that examines more than 6.2 million messages posted on Twitter around the … Read more

Postly, the complete and collaborative tool for creating, programming and publishing content on social networks

Postly the complete and collaborative tool for creating programming and

Managing a company’s social networks takes a lot of time. You have to rack your brains to come up with an idea for content, schedule it on several social platforms and analyze the impact. To simplify this daily task, there are social media management tools. Among them, Postly. It offers the ability to design and … Read more

Éric Salobir, National Digital Council: “AI must be at the service of a social project with the human being at the center” – ToulÉco

Eric Salobir, why the National Digital Council [1] did he go to Toulouse last week? For several months, we have undertaken to tour the territories to take stock of research activities in France in the field of artificial intelligence (AI). In Toulouse, there is one of the three French hubs dedicated to AI. We conducted … Read more

Purchasing power at the heart of French people’s concerns on social networks » PACA’s economic and political letter

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Bloom, the French Social Media Intelligence platform has published a new barometer for analyzing trends in public opinion on social networks. This study, carried out during the first quarter of 2022, focuses on the issue of purchasing power. Hot topic, nearly 7M French people have interacted publicly around this theme in 3 and a half … Read more

Buffalo attack: live death, the impossible challenge of social networks

For the platforms, the control of the videos broadcast live, a key tool for their commercial growth, remains an insoluble problem. Less than two minutes. This is the time it took for the Twitch platform to interrupt the live broadcast of the Buffalo attack on Saturday, which did not prevent extracts from circulating. Despite advances … Read more

Accessibility on social networks, a real challenge

The platforms have developed various tools to be usable by everyone, including the blind, visually impaired, deaf and hard of hearing. It is clear that they still have a long way to go in this area. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat… Social networks have billions of users, but the use of these platforms is not … Read more