When Instagram Stories launched, everyone, including us, questioned if people would use it in the same way as they used Snapchat. Many Instagram Stories posts are still more carefully curated than those on Snapchat.

Saudi Arabia, which had already blocked features of most chat apps, has moved to block Facebook Messenger.

Facebook's extensive but little-discussed technology for scanning postings and chats for criminal activity automatically flagged the conversation for employees, who read it and quickly called police.

Because of the names of my nieces and nephews were on Facebook I blocked her immediately.

A few of my nieces would've laughed about it anyway.'Realising Jon was not bothered by her threats, 'Marie' reduced the blackmail figure to £100 and wrote: 'I'm not afraid of the police and to know that I'm a guy and I belong to an organization and the police can't find me lol'.

““Appropriate action will be taken against applications or services that do not comply with the regulations,” a spokesman at the commission told Arab News.

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It's worth noting that neither of these documents discusses the aforementioned tool (a quick search for the words "monitor" and "scan" bring up nothing).

Facebook likely wants to avoid discussing the existence of the monitoring technology in order to avoid further privacy concerns.'I'd been in hospital for ten days - I thought it was heart problems but it turned out to be a hiatus hernia.I was in a mate's office and logged on and there were three friend requests.Many users don't like the idea of having their conversations reviewed, even if it's done by software and rarely by Facebook employees.Your Facebook News Feed is about to turn into an Instagram Stories-like world, full of location-based filters, decorative coffee cups, and people-looking like Minions. You've seen masks and frames before, but what really sets Facebook Camera and Stories apart is the breadth of options available (include some exclusive collaborations), and what Facebook is calling "reactive effects." If a leaf is falling from the top of your screen and you move your hand to brush it away, the leaf will respond to your touch. Whether the same will be true of Facebook Stories is an even more curious question, now that masks and reactive effects are at play.The service had been banned because it failed to “comply with regulations”, an official told local news services.