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Facebook has an official Pepe the Frog policy

Facebook's internal policy on Pepe the Frog – now considered an anti-Semitic hate symbol by the Anti-Defamation League – offers little leeway for what is allowed on its platform. Documents obtained from Motherboard show that the platform does not directly ban Pepe images, but only deletes them when "shown in the context of hate, supported by hate groups, to spread …

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Major US news sites date back to Europe as DSGVO enters into force

The new data protection rules of the European Union on privacy have entered into force today, but it seems that some organizations have failed to meet the deadline for compliance. A handful of websites, including those of the major news providers, have been dropped in the EU and they have been providing readers with information about the new rules. Notably, …

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Pioneer Introduces Three New Wireless CarPlay Systems

Pioneer is working with JVC Kenwood to provide three integrated receiver models for your car that support CarPlay and Android Auto. According to Pioneer, the devices – AVIC-W8400NEX, -W6400NEX and -W4400NEX – are the first in-dash receivers that support FLAC files without the need to convert them. They are the first to be connected wirelessly or via USB to both …

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Spotify to use hate-filled content

Earlier this month, Swedish streaming giant Spotify announced with much applause that he would introduce a policy on "hate content and hateful behavior." The company intentionally left politics vague, allowing Spotify to remove artists from its company playlists at will. "If we become aware of content that violates our policies, we may remove it (in consultation with rightsholders) or refrain …

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Facebook and Google hit $ 8.8 billion in DSGVO lawsuits

On the first day of enforcement of the GDPR, Facebook and Google were hit by a series of lawsuits that accused companies of forcing users to share personal information. The lawsuits, which penalize Facebook's $ 3.9 billion and Google's $ 3.7 billion, were filed by Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems, a long-time critic of corporate data collection practices. The GDPR …

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