Here is my social media round up for this week, bringing you the latest and greatest social media news.
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David Cameron could push for a ban on WhatsApp and Snapchat if he wins this year’s general election. The move would be the result of new surveillance plans proposed in the wake of the terror attacks in France.
During Twitter’s fourth quarter earnings on Thursday, CEO Dick Costolo confirmed the reports: Twitter and Google are partners once again. Tweets will now be found in search engines.
LinkedIn, world’s biggest social network has made it easier for professionals across the globe to update and edit their professional profiles by incorporating a couple of major changes on its huge platform.
McDonald’s and Coca-Cola are exploring ways to convince consumers that the more products they sell the more that society will benefit.
Public figures with access to the Facebook Mentions application can now use the app to share via Instagram and Twitter, and add topics to their Mentions feeds.
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