Facebook Inc FB.O will start banning ads that explicitly discourage people from getting vaccinated, the world's largest social media company said on Tuesday, as it also announced a new flu vaccine information campaign. Ads advocating for or against legislation or government policies around vaccines, including a COVID-19 vaccine, will still be allowed, the company said in a blog post. It will begin to enforce the new global policy in the next few days. Facebook, with 2.7 billion monthly ac
Three jobs switches and 5 years later, Rasul Ahmed rose to what he thought was the peak of his career as the head of human resources at a local conglomerate. But Rasul Ahmed, at the age of 27, felt overburdened and burned out from monotony. He quit this high-paying job in 2016. Now in 2020, he is living a happy life and earning a lot more as a freelancer. Getting to this point was anything but easy. He first heard about freelancing from his friends back in 2014, but did not take it seriously.
There have been calls to investigate a tattoo exhibition after photographs of semi-naked participants sparked outrage in Malaysia. Participants from 35 countries came over the weekend to the Tattoo Malaysia Expo in the country's capital Kuala Lumpur, to show off their inked bodies. But officials in the deeply conservative Muslim country said the exhibition violated their standards after photos of semi-naked, heavily tattooed participants were shared online. The three-day festival, which
Facebook on Monday unveiled a new logo to represent the Silicon Valley company, distinct from its core social network. The move aims to highlight the Facebook "brand" which operates a range of apps and services including messaging, photo-sharing, virtual reality and is developing wallets for digital currency. The new branding, basically the company name in crisp lettering, will be stamped on its "family" of offerings including WhatsApp, Messenger, Instagram, Oculus, Workplace, Portal and C
The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulator Commission has ordered mobile phone operators to ensure in seven days that the Rohingya refugees do not get access to mobile phones. The telecom regulator wrote to the operators on Sunday regarding the issue, BTRC Senior Assistant Director Md Zakir Hossain Khan told bdnews24.com. “You were instructed to ensure that the Rohingya people do not get access to the mobiles for the sake of state security and importance, law and order and publ