Big decision by Facebook, instant article service is going to be closed, know what will be its impact in the future

Facebook’s Instant Articles service is going to be shut down in April 2023.

Facebook is a very popular social media platform these days. A very big news has come out about this popular social media platform Facebook. It is known that Instant Article service is going to be closed on Facebook. Facebook’s Instant Articles service is going to be shut down in April 2023.

Facebook manager Maharashtra Desha confirmed the news. But the Facebook company has not officially announced anything about this yet. All the digital media that are dependent on Facebook can face a big problem as a result. Its impact is going to fall directly on social media as well.

Instant Article Service –
Instant Articles is Facebook’s native publishing platform. Its concept is very similar to Google AMP. Traditional articles on Facebook take a long time to load on mobile. On the other hand, instant articles are loading at lightning speed. As a result, users do not need to leave the platform to read it. This type of instant article can be read very easily on mobile.

In one blow, the followers of Facebook users have decreased a lot –

Recently, the followers of various Facebook users have suddenly decreased a lot. Many Facebook users have complained about this. Matter founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has lost more than 11.9 million followers. As a result, his number of followers on Facebook has reduced to less than 10,000. Exiled Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen tweeted, “Facebook has created a tsunami. Through which I lost about 9 lakh followers. Currently only 9000 followers are alive. I like this Facebook comedy very much.”

Facebook India’s CCI plea dismissed –
The Delhi High Court recently dismissed Facebook India’s plea challenging India’s CCI order to probe the privacy policy of WhatsApp 2021. Justice Yashwant Verma dismissed the plea saying that the ‘opportunity to sue’ should end. Facebook India moved to a single-judge bench in August after a High Court bench dismissed an appeal in this regard. But recently that application of Facebook has also been rejected by the Delhi High Court.

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