This Innovative New App Solved A Typical Business Problem

Business concept Getty With apologies to the entire graphic design field, having someone create a new logo for your company is not exactly an easy process. Debate with me all…

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Could Facebook Help To Establish The Burmese Government’s Intent To Commit Genocide Against The Rohingya Muslims?

On June 8, 2020, The Gambia filed an application for discovery with the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. The application asks the Court to compel Facebook to…

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Social media must add a do-not-track option for images of our faces

Facial recognition systems are a powerful AI innovation that perfectly showcase The First Law of Technology: “technology is neither good nor bad, nor is it neutral.” On one hand, law-enforcement…

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Hackers Compromise Russian Foreign Ministry Twitter Account, Ask $600,000 For ‘Stolen’ Database

A Russian Foreign Ministry Twitter account has been compromised by hackers Getty It would appear that hackers managed to compromise an official Russian Foreign Ministry Twitter account on July 2,…

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Social Media Platform Parler Becomes Hot Political Topic Between Conservatives, Progressives

As the summer heats up amidst protests over the Coronavirus and Black Lives Matter, a social media app billing itself as the “anti-Twitter” is becoming a hot button political topic…

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ProBeat: RIP YouTube TV, you’ll make a great case study

Unbundle cable TV, they said. It will be cheaper, they said. Google this week “updated” (its wording, not mine) the pricing of YouTube TV from $50 per month to $65…

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