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Instagram cracks down on third-party apps after password thefts ...

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Nov 17, 2015 ... Third-party Instagram developers just got some very bad news. Today, the service announced major revisions to its API policy, effectively killing ...

Facebook Signals That It Will Start Cracking Down On Video Piracy

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Aug 27, 2015 ... Facebook Signals That It Will Start Cracking Down On Video Piracy ... too frequently misuse their content on Facebook,” the company ... This practice has been called 'freebooting,' and it's not fair to those who work hard to create amazing videos ... Download the Marketing Land app on iTunes Download the ...

Apple Begins Rejecting Apps That Offer Rewards For Video Views ...

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Jun 9, 2014 ... Apple has begun to crack down on tools that app developers use to ... sharing ( e.g. posting to Facebook in return for some sort of reward.) ... ranks — too often by manipulations and other “cheats” — could rake in tens of thousands per day. ... We work hard to ensure that the apps on the App Store are in ...

Facebook Finally Cracks Down On Video Piracy | TechCrunch

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Aug 27, 2015 ... Facebook didn't get to be one of the largest video streamers on the web ... third parties too frequently misuse their content on Facebook,” the company said in a blog post today. “This practice has been called 'freebooting,' and it's not fair to those who work hard to create amazing videos. .... TechCrun...

Facebook to Crack Down on Online Video Piracy | TIME

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Aug 28, 2015 ... The company is trying to stop the practice known as "freebooting. ... Facebook to Crack Down on Online Video Piracy ... Facebook is finally responding to ongoing complaints that it's too easy rip other people's videos and repost them on ... Kenneth Bae Recalls Hard Labor During North Korea Imprisonment ...

Mobile App Developers Are Suffering - Branch Metrics Blog

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Nov 3, 2015 ... In only a few years, the mobile app ecosystem saturated as certain large ... The barriers to adoption and therefore monetization are too high. ... it's a small fraction of the traffic seen by the top app (Facebook). .... App growth and promotion is the job of the developer for so many apps, and it is a very very hard...

Facebook Is Blocking an Upstart Rival—But It's Complicated | WIRED

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Nov 11, 2015 ... But if want to share your Tsu profile with your Facebook friends, too bad. Facebook is blocking all mentions of “Tsu.co,” the company's web address. ... On first glance it looks like a conspiracy to keep an upstart social network down. ... That sounds a lot like multi-level marketing, and it's not hard to imagin...

Fed Up With Steam, Devs Unite To Get Extra Greenlight Votes - Kotaku

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Oct 28, 2014 ... In many ways the system asks too much of smaller developers while not really ... " I don't think my Greenlight FB group goes against Steam's rules or .... mobile app dev that has to deal with the literal thousands of apps released .... It's because indie devs complained about being hard to get into the s...

Twitter to Devs: Don't Make Twitter Clients... Or Else - Mashable

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Mar 11, 2011 ... Pure play Twitter clients — apps like Echofon, Twidroyd and UberTwitter ... So why is Twitter cracking down — at least verbally, for now — on apps that look like and ... "Developers ask us if they should build client apps that mimic or ... However, Sarver noted, "If there are too many ways to use Twitter that ...

The best Apple Watch apps: 42 essential apps and games - Wareable

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Apr 13, 2016 ... For reasons best known to Apple's developers, Reminders didn't make it .... say, mucking about on Facebook until 2am every night and wondering .... Night Sky tries too hard – it takes ages to render and is clunky to navigate, ... More or less a stripped-down asynchronous Trivial Pursuit, Trivia Crack has you ...

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Facebook Cracks Down On Developers' "Sneaky Little Viral Tricks ...

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Nov 26, 2009 ... The goal: to keep Facebook a cleaner (and to drive app developers to spend ... Facebook Cracks Down On Developers' "Sneaky Little Viral Tricks" ... It's hard to know how big this will be but it's only been a recent change and ... number - compromising integrity of fb friendships. fb is too late in ...

No More Promotional Posts: Facebook Will Penalize More Brand ...

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Nov 16, 2014 ... Facebook narrows that down to about 300 of the stories they believe the user ... Posts that solely push people to buy a product or install an app; Posts ..... All the fans my company paid for are now virtually worthless. .... but rather hard data showing that too many people are leaving FB from promotional ads.

Facebook Says It's Cracking Down On Clickbait | TechCrunch

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Aug 25, 2014 ... If you're tired of headlines declaring that "you'll never believe what happened next!", it looks like Facebook feels your pain. The company said ...