Soon after the series of deadly attacks on the French capital on Friday and early Saturday that claimed at least 127 lives, Facebook launched a safety check notification feature.
Facebook launches ‘safety check’ notification after Paris attacks
On Saturday, Facebook launched safety check notification after Paris attacks. (Photo: screen grab)
Staff writer, Al Arabiya News
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