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Everyone on Facebook plays a part in keeping the platform safe and respectful. We ask people to share responsibly and to let us know when they see something that may breach our Community Standards. We make it easy for people to report potentially breaching content, including Pages, Groups, profiles, individual content and/or comments to us for review. We also give people the option to block, unfollow or hide people and posts, so that they can control their own experience on Facebook.Here are steps to report things on Facebook
Did you know you can go live on Facebook using streaming software? First step is to download the streaming software. Then follow these steps and you’re on your way!
Privacy laws mean we can't give unauthorized access to someone who isn't an account holder. Speaking with and monitoring your children's internet use is important, as well as educating them about internet safety and using privacy settings and tools.If you see an account for someone under 13 years old, please report it to us. If your child is experiencing abuse on Facebook, we encourage you to ask them to log in to their account and report it. For parenting tips, please visit the Safety Centre
Facebook and Afrinolly today announced the launch of its new 'Naija Storybuilders Bootcamp', in partnership with critically acclaimed writer/producers, Dayna Lynne North & Amy Aniobi from the ground-breaking US HBO series INSECURE.
Aimed at empowering creative communities across Nigeria and providing expert mentorship and advice, this week-long intensive workshop is designed for up and coming storytellers who are focused on developing short-form content for digital platforms.... Led by Dayna Lynne North and Amy Aniobi, the programme will take 20 aspiring local storytellers and explore tailored topics such as creating compelling characters, grabbing and keeping your audience, practical first steps to creating your project, as well as best practices on how to create and promote content on digital platforms such as Facebook and Instagram.
To apply, visit http://afrinollycreativehub.com/naija-storybuilders-bootca…/. Applications close Friday, 21 September 2018.
Facebook is a place where self-expression, connection and sharing are encouraged and safety is at the centre of how we build our products.
In support of this, this week, we announced the start of our online safety tour across three Francophone countries. Taking place between 3 – 9 September, an expert team will be meeting with a number of civil society groups, Ministries and communities across Senegal, Cote d'Ivoire and Cameroon. The focus will be on providing practical tips in how to stay safe online, and educating users on its Community Standards.
Last week we announced that we’ve made Facebook Watch available everywhere — giving people around the world a new way to discover great videos and interact with friends, creators and other fans.Here’s what it has to offer:
- A place to discover new videos
- A way to catch up with creators and publishers you love
- A home for your saved videos...
- Videos you can participate in
We've recently announced new tools to help people manage their time on Instagram and Facebook: an activity dashboard, a daily reminder and a new way to limit notifications. We developed these tools based in collaboration with leading mental health experts and organizations, academics, as well as our own extensive research and feedback from our community.We want the time people spend on Instagram and Facebook to be intentional, positive and inspiring.