Facebook’s efforts to verify the integrity of the information now includes six countries in Central America.
A brief history of the evolution of the tech economy, the software outsourcing sector, and the tech culture in Latin America.
Language is the main barrier to contributing to open source — those who do have the opportunity to build a portfolio.
Facebook expanded its independent data verification program to five new countries in Latin America
Facebook expanded in Mexico and launched in Colombia the initiative Misión Paz Escolar, a program to fight bullying.
n total, Facebook removed 38 accounts, 6 Pages and 4 Groups on Facebook, and 10 Instagram accounts originating in Iran and targeting Latin American countries, such as Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, and Mexico.
Facebook announced the measures that has taken to protect the authenticity in the conversations.
The IADB launched a new version of its open-source code repository.
Latin America has a strong musical ecosystem and Facebook’s executives know that.
France has revived a propose of digital taxes in Mexico. Argentina, Uruguay, and Brazil are forward in this issue.