With an aim to expand and improve its live video platform, Facebook will soon allow its users to go live from the face-swapping MSQRD app and make use of different Snapchat-like masks and filters while the video is running. According to a report released by technology website The Verge on Friday, the social networking giant with the intention to continue enhancing its video experience first acquired Masquerade, the Belarusian startup behind MSQRD back in March. The new Facebook feature will allow its users to invite a friend to ‘drop in’ on a live broadcast. Facebook users will also be able to schedule a live broadcast and as the social outlet has built a lobby system users can hangout before one starts. The owners of verified Pages will be able to use both the features however the Facebook expects to make them widely available shortly thereafter, as per the report.
I'm trusting that google has made this system so its intelligent enough to notify the actual account holder of access diesnsparciec, rather than the attacker – who'd love to change your password immediately. This would be done, of course, by the same method of ip recognition, such that when you access via a familiar IP you receive the message, allowing you to change your password.