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The CJEU adopted a wide concept of joint controllership. It found that joint controllership can exist for specific phases of the data processing (in the case at issue, the initial collection of the data and its transmission to Facebook) and that controllership can be attributed to only on one of the parties in subsequent phases.




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Instead, assuming that this legal basis may apply, the referring court merely asked the CJEU to establish whose legitimate interests (i.e., the legitimate interest of the website operator, that of the provider of the plugin or that of both) should be considered in the balancing exercise required by Article 7(f) of Directive 95/46/EC. To this end, the CJEU held that it is necessary that the website operator and the provider each pursue a legitimate interest through the processing operations in order for those operations to be justified in that regard.


I have a sliding carousel of items, each of which includes its own like button. I want the like buttons to have comments; that is, when the user clicks Like, he should be presented with a prompt to leave a comment ( ). I'm starting to doubt that these goals are compatible and would like to hear if anyone has already achieved it.


The comments on the Like buttons are wider than the items in the carousel, and correctly overflow onto other carousel items. However, some of these items are outside the clipping box, since the carousel items are necessarily inside a div with overflow: hidden (otherwise we wouldn't achieve the effect of the items scrolling into existence upon paging). Because of this, if I click Like on the rightmost item currently visible, the comments prompt that appears will be partially outside the clipping box and thus partially visible.


Live streaming is the number one strategy that you should be using to connect with your fans on Facebook. I would even encourage you to have structure around your live streaming and create your own show. Broadcasting content to your audience will increase your expertise and promote engagement, not to mention that your videos are going to gain 6 times more views when you are live.


A like button, like option, or recommend button, is a feature in communication software such as social networking services, Internet forums, news websites and blogs where the user can express that they like, enjoy or support certain content.[1] Internet services that feature like buttons usually display the number of users who liked each content, and may show a full or partial list of them. This is a quantitative alternative to other methods of expressing reaction to content, like writing a reply text. Some websites also include a dislike button, so the user can either vote in favor, against or neutrally. Other websites include more complex web content voting systems. For example, five stars or reaction buttons to show a wider range of emotion to the content.


In 2010, as part of a wider redesign of the service, YouTube switched from a star-based rating system to Like/Dislike buttons. Under the previous system, users could rate videos on a scale from 1 to 5 stars; YouTube staff argued that this change reflected common usage of the system, as 2-, 3-, and 4-star ratings were not used as often.[8][9] In 2012, YouTube briefly experimented with replacing the Like and Dislike buttons with a Google+ +1 button.[10]


A: You can make your poll more eye-catching by adding images, videos, or even location tags. You should also be sure to include a clear call to action in your description requesting that people respond. Depending on what you are trying to accomplish with the poll, you may want to make it public.


A: No, they are not indexed by search engines such as Google. They will also not appear in News Feed for this reason too. This means they should only be used to promote engagement with a specific audience or customer base that is already aware of your Page.


In the boost post interface, an option exists to use automated placements, or manually select them. If you manually select there is a checkbox to run ads on Messenger, Instagram, or Facebook. You can manually uncheck that setting. If the ad is already running, you can use Ads Manager to change the placement settings of your ad set.


If you enabled the One account per email address setting in the Firebase console,when a user tries to sign in a to a provider (such as Facebook) with an email that alreadyexists for another Firebase user's provider (such as Google), the errorauth/account-exists-with-different-credential is thrown along with anAuthCredential object (Facebook access token). To complete the sign in to theintended provider, the user has to sign first to the existing provider (Google) and then link to theformer AuthCredential (Facebook access token).


To add a handful of friends to an existing list quickly, click the Add Multiple button that appears on the list page. In the dialog box that appears, scroll to browse through all your pals, clicking each Facebook friend you want to add to your list. When you finish, click Save List.


To delete friends from a list, follow the steps for adding a friend to an existing list; but in step 3, instead of typing a new name, mouse over the name of one of the folks already listed and then click the Edit Lists button that appears. Finally, on the drop-down list that appears, click the name of the list you want to delete the friend from (it has a checkmark next to it). Facebook removes the person from that list and deletes the checkmark.


You may not have set up a Facebook page for your business, but chances are a Facebook Places page exists anyway. Places pages are very basic Facebook pages that can include information such as your business name, address and phone number. They allow customers to rate your business, check-in and even like the page. Typically, Places pages also show other businesses nearby, which can include your competitors.


However, as a business owner or store manager, you can address these concerns simply by claiming your Places page in order to gain admin access to them and automatically convert them to business pages, which you will then control. This is something all bricks-and-mortar businesses should consider, as claiming all of the Facebook Places pages that have been created for your business allows you to gain control of all pages representing your business, consolidate your Facebook presence, correct inaccuracies, and prevent other pages from racking up the likes, reviews and check-ins that you should be getting instead.


To get started, search your business name (as well as variations/common misspellings) on Facebook to determine if there are Places pages you need to claim. Once you follow the instructions below and claim any existing pages, the Places page will transform into a business page and you will be granted admin access. You can then merge that page with any other existing pages you may have (click here for merging instructions).


Hi Kerrin I am having the same problem as Scotch College. We have recently created a business page only to find that facebook has already created a places page. I do not have the gear icon on the places page so I am unable to merge the two sites. Unfortunately I am unable to promote our site at the moment as the places site is coming up before our business site and it is affecting our families searching for our site. Any suggestions?


Hello, thanks for this post. I have a question does Facebook place work with pages that have Brands & Products category? or just local business ? if just local business then should I create another page for my business and claim the places ?


The process outlined in the blog is for places pages, but yours looks like a business page. For business pages, if you have access to the email address that was being used to log into Facebook, you can try this: -for-lost-access-to-facebook-page/


Necessary Steps to Protect Privacy: Facebook should include built-in functionality that makes it easy for users to export their own uploaded content and contact list so that users can rebuild their social network on another service.


Open each result in a new window or tab. If you can find the user's profile in the Google search results, log back into Facebook while on his account page. If an error appears telling you that the user doesn't exist or if you are redirected to your profile, you have been blocked.


A step-by-step guide on how to attract qualified candidates by posting a job on Facebook.\n","image":"@type":"ImageObject","url":" -on-facebook-800x800-20201203.png?crop=1:1,smart&width=250&dpr=2","height":"800","width":"800","estimatedCost":"@type":"MonetaryAmount","currency":"USD","value":"0.00","totalTime":"PT15M","step":["@type":"HowToSection","position":"1","name":"Posting a job on Facebook.\n","itemListElement":["@type":"HowToStep","position":"1","name":"Log in to your company's Facebook page.\n","text":"Facebook's job posting feature is only available via Facebook business pages. 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You can also add a salary range, screening questions, and an image, as well as refine your application settings by adding an email address for receiving applications and turning on the \"Require Past Employment or Resume\" settings.\nAs you enter information to create your job post, the information is also displayed in a live preview on the right. Once you've completed your job ad, click \"Next\" at the bottom of the form.\n","url":" -to-post-a-job-on-facebook#how-to-post-a-job-on-facebook-section1-step3","image":"@type":"ImageObject","url":" -facebook-enter-job-detail-288x288-2021046.jpeg?crop=1:1,smart&width=144&dpr=2","height":"288","width":"288","itemListElement":["@type":"HowToTip","text":"See our job posting template if you need help getting started.\n"],"@type":"HowToStep","position":"4","name":"Post your job ad.\n","text":"In this final step, you can choose to post your job ad only on the Jobs page or on both the Jobs page and your business's Facebook page. Click \"Post\" to publish your job ad.\n","url":" -to-post-a-job-on-facebook#how-to-post-a-job-on-facebook-section1-step4","image":"@type":"ImageObject","url":" -facebook-post-your-job-ad-288x288-2021046.jpeg?crop=1:1,smart&width=144&dpr=2","height":"288","width":"288","itemListElement":["@type":"HowToTip","text":"Select \"Boost Job\" to start promoting your job post once it's been published. If you don't want to do so right away, you can leave this option unchecked for now.\n"],"@type":"HowToStep","position":"5","name":"Promote your job post.\n","text":"Boost your job post and add a budget to get your ad in front of a larger or more targeted audience. If you didn't check \"Boost Job\" when creating your listing, you can access the Ad Center from your Facebook business page to promote your job post.\n","url":" -to-post-a-job-on-facebook#how-to-post-a-job-on-facebook-section1-step5","image":"@type":"ImageObject","url":" -facebook-promote-your-job-post-288x288-2021046.jpeg?crop=1:1,smart&width=144&dpr=2","height":"288","width":"288","itemListElement":["@type":"HowToDirection","text":"From your Facebook business page, click the \"Promote\" button below the \"Manage Page\" menu.\n","@type":"HowToDirection","text":"On the Ad Center page, click the \"Create Ad\" button to the right.\n","@type":"HowToDirection","text":"Click \"Boost a Post.\"\n","@type":"HowToDirection","text":"Select the job post you want to promote.\n","@type":"HowToDirection","text":"At this point, you can make some edits to the post.\n","@type":"HowToTip","text":"Facebook ad expert Amy Porterfield suggests that if you're running an ad, you should start the text with a question that someone reading it will answer \"Yes\" to.\n","@type":"HowToDirection","text":"Define your target audience.\n","@type":"HowToTip","text":"Facebook offers a number of ways to help you target the most relevant candidates. You can include and exclude groups of people based on pages they have liked, interests, education, locations, and more. Think carefully about your ideal candidate and structure your targeting to suit.\n","@type":"HowToDirection","text":"Set the duration and a budget for your ad.\n","@type":"HowToDirection","text":"Select whether you want people to be able to see your ad on Instagram and Messenger in addition to Facebook.\n","@type":"HowToDirection","text":"Click \"Boost Post Now.\"\n"]]]} When to Use Facebook to Post Jobs:Recruit candidates who are loyal to your brand.Facebook offers a great way to reach candidates who are already fans of your business. People who "Like" your business's Facebook page may see your job post in their news feeds.


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