Facebook recently shared exactly how the platform handles hate speech — and the fine line between removing hateful content and censorship. While the company is developing software solutions, humans are essential to the process.
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After a monthslong investigation, the European Commission has formally announced that Google will be forced to pay $2.73 billion, having been found guilty of anticompetitive practices.
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Amazon Prime offers members many benefits, but do you ever wonder if that membership is really worth the cost of admission? We break down the service’s lengthy list of features, so you can make an informed decision.
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Following a major revamp in April, Google Earth is rolling out new multimedia Voyager content from National Geographic, PBS Education, science-based HHMI Biointeractive, and ocean-focused Mission Blue.
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Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, and YouTube today announced a new organization that will work together to develop software to flag terrorist content. The group will also work with existing groups, including smaller tech firms.
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Google began to remove private medical records from results, because yes, prior to this, you could actually look that up online. Google quietly made the change with an update to its Removal Policies.
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The Federal Communications Commission approved a plan by OneWeb to put satellites closer than ever to the Earth’s surface, which will result in much faster communications than older networks at higher orbits.
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In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it’s almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of it. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from this week.
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The latest firmware released for the Velop mesh networking system adds a web-based interface to manage the network from a desktop or laptop. The update also provides new settings to tweak and more via the web-based interface.
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Microsoft has extended its Edge bug bounty program indefinitely, serving up to $15,000 for qualified vulnerabilities found in the browser. This bounty applies to the “preview” version served up in the Windows Insider program.
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