Facebook, Inc. (Menlo Park, CA)
Abstract for Identity authentication and verificationNon-transitory computer-readable media and systems are able to determine if the broadcaster of live streams has identified at least one person in the social network system in order to become a co-broadcaster. Social networking systems publish a merged stream of live content. This stream consists of the first stream broadcast by the broadcaster and the second stream linked to the user identified. A minimum of one notification is sent to the other users of the social media system. Notifications are sent out to other users of the system about the merging live content stream.
Background for Identity authentication and verification
Computing devices are typically utilized by users for a variety of uses. They can utilize their devices to, for instance to interact with each other, access media content, share media content, and create media content. Social networks’ members may be able to offer media content in certain situations. Media content may consist of any combination of text, images, audio and videos. The media content can be uploaded to social networks for others to consume.
According to the conventional approach, users may post diverse content items on social networks. In general, the content posted by a first user can be included in the respective feeds for content of other users of the social networking system,for example those who have “followed” the first user. When you follow (or subscribing to) the first user, some or all content that is produced, or posted, by the first user may be added to the respective content feeds of the following users. A userfollowing the first user may remove the first user’s account to prevent new content that is produced by the first user from being included in the next user’s content feed.
Summary for Identity authentication and verification
The present disclosure may include systems, methods as well as non-transitory computer-readable media configured to determine that the broadcaster of a first live content stream has identified at minimum one person on the social network system to join as co-broadcaster; create a merged live content stream via the social network system, the merged live content stream comprising the initial live content stream of the broadcaster, and another live stream that is associated with the at least one identified user and then send at least one notice to at least one other users of the social networking system, where the notification informs the others about the merged live stream.
In certain instances, at least one user is identified from a list of viewers accessing the first live content stream.
In some cases the broadcaster could identify the user by allowing the user to make a post on the first stream of live content.
In some instances, at-least one user is identified by a list of suggested co-broadcasters.
In some instances the list of suggested co-broadcasters includes viewers of the initial live stream with at least a minimum number of followers.
In certain cases, at least one notification is sent to the members of the social media system that follow the broadcaster, or at least one identifiable user.
In certain instances the notification is sent out visually to social networking users who follow the broadcaster or at least one identifiable person. The notification is displayed in a set of avatars which correspond to the broadcaster and at least one user identified.
In certain instances the set may include a first avatar that corresponds to the broadcaster, and an additional avatar that corresponds to the co-broadcaster. The avatars are layered so that the first avatar is covered by at least the second avatar.
In some embodiments, systems, methods, and non-transitory computer readable media are configured to detect that at least one identified user is no longer a co-broadcaster identify a set of users who are a part of the at-least one identified user but do not follow the broadcaster; and stop the group of users from accessing the first live content stream.
In some instances, the merged live content stream can be accessed by viewers via an interface comprising a first region and a secondary region in which the initial live stream of content is displayed in the first region, and the second livecontent stream is shown in the second region.
It should be appreciated that numerous other features and applications, embodiments and/or variants of the disclosed technology will be evident from the accompanying illustrations and from the following detailed description. Alternative and alternative implementations of the systems, structures and non-transitory computer-readable media, and methods described herein can be used without departing from the principles of the disclosed technology.Click here to view the patent on USPTO website.
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