In a recent report on media-sharing platforms, a leading technology company, Kunal Jain, said Facebook and Instagram had grown to more than 300 million active users in the country.
The report noted that “Facebook is increasingly using its platform to target content and to increase engagement in India,” a country where social media is used to reach out to people with disabilities, people living with HIV/AIDS, and to address other pressing issues.
The report said that the Facebook platform had been used by over 2,200 media outlets in the past three months, with a total of 1,872 million views.
Jain said that India’s Facebook audience was growing rapidly because “it has a huge user base in India and is growing faster than the Indian population”.
Facebook said in a statement to The Times that its platform has been used for over 100 million posts in the last three months and that over 2.3 million people have liked and shared its content in India.
“We see this growth as a significant step towards creating a truly Indian digital ecosystem,” it said.
Jains report found that the average Facebook user spends less than two minutes a day on the platform, and that the number of people in India with a disability, a condition that has been identified as one of the biggest barriers to engaging with content on Facebook, has more than doubled.
Jaina, a mother of three from Karnataka, said she had to change her Facebook profile photo when she visited the United States in February.
She is currently unable to afford a mobile phone, and the photo she chose for her profile picture shows a mobile handset with a text reading “Mobile Phone.
Just a phone.”
Jaina said she felt like a “dumb ass” after her Facebook photo was removed, but the platform did not take action.
“My friends have not said anything, but I feel like a dumb ass.
I cannot find a friend that does not have a problem,” she said.
“When they removed my photo, it was so hard for me to go back.
Facebook told me to delete my profile photo, but it was just another way to put me on a pedestal.
They put me in a position where I had to do something to change my life.”
Jain’s report is the first one to suggest that Facebook is targeting the Indian userbase with ads on its platform.
It also says that ads have been being paid for on the site by Facebook.
The company said that it was not aware of any instances of Facebook ads being paid to users.
According to Jain’s analysis, the Facebook ads were being targeted at groups of users who have a particular social status, which could include people with a particular disability.
Facebook said it would not comment on specific instances of targeting.
In a Facebook post on Monday, Jain wrote that Facebook was working to make it easier for users with disabilities to access content, and was working with “many other publishers and platforms to help them understand how we can work together to help their users reach their full potential”.
He said that Facebook would be updating its platform for users who do not have access to mobile devices to make their content easier to view.
“For users with mobile phones, the ads will be automatically removed from the Facebook website.
In the coming weeks, we will be rolling out an additional feature that will make it possible for you to share photos with your family, friends, or even strangers on Facebook,” the company said.
Facebook also said that ads on the social media platform had not been “paid for by users”.
In a blog post on Tuesday, Facebook said that “the majority of users we work with do not receive a single penny from ads on our platform”.
It said that this meant that users could choose to share content without receiving ads.
“When users don’t see ads on their Facebook pages, they don’t understand why they have to pay,” Facebook said.