Saturday, June 6, 2020

Facebook Users Could Get $5,000 Compensation For Every AI-Tagged Picture

Facebook users could receive up to $5,000 in compensation for each picture tagged by the company’s photo-scanning AI, it has emerged. A federal judge has ruled the social media site will be...

Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook hearing was an utter sham

Now that the initial show trial is done, we need the real deal Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook CEO faces second day of questioning – live On Tuesday, Mark Zuckerberg was in the hot seat....

Quitting Facebook? Download your data before you go

What does Facebook know about you? Learn how to download your Facebook data to find out. Now, it's the ugly truth memo. What's next? If you are finally ready to quit Facebook once...

Facebook suspends Trump-connected data analysis firm Cambridge Analytica

Facebook has suspended Cambridge Analytica as it investigates whether the Donald Trump-connected data analysis firm failed to delete personal data that the social network says it improperly obtained from hundreds of...

Facebook Lite launches in the US and more developed markets

Facebook has made the decision to expand the reach of its data-friendly app, Facebook Lite, to territories that already have solid wireless networks. Today, the social network revealed that the Facebook...

YouTube tightens the rules around creator monetization and partnerships

In an effort to regain advertisers’ trust, Google is announcing what it says are “tough but necessary” changes to YouTube monetization. For one thing, it’s setting a higher bar for the YouTube...

Facebook steps up facial recognition use

Facebook users will be notified every time their face is uploaded to the platform, even if it is not tagged. The new facial recognition feature will not apply to users in the...

Take a look at world’s smallest Christmas card

Scientists say 200 million of the cards, which cannot be seen by the naked eye, could fit inside a single postage stamp. Scientists in the UK have unveiled the world's smallest Christmas...

WhatsApp ordered to stop sharing user data with Facebook

France’s ultra-strict privacy watchdog CNIL has ordered WhatsApp to stop sharing user data with parent company Facebook. The app has a month to comply with the order, according to a public...

Facebook: Post more to feel better about yourself

Facebook has defended itself against claims that using the site can damage wellbeing and mental health. In a blogpost, it said while there was evidence it could negatively affect mood, the way...

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Silicon Valley and Hollywood team up on shared streaming battles

On Tuesday, a number of Hollywood and NYC execs shared a stage with their Silicon Valley counterparts at an event hosted by Variety magazine...

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