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Twitter to delete inactive accounts and share user names | technology

Twitter has announced it will delete inactive accounts, release inactive usernames, and reduce the risk of hacking old accounts. The company, however, is criticized for its handling of the announcement The accounts of people who have died in the last ten years are removed without their Twitter legacy being stored. In an email to users, Twitter announced that older accounts …

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The judge orders Pavel Durov, the founder of Telegram, to testify about his crypto-ICO

The founder and CEO of Telegram Pavel Durov should be included in the US Securities Exchange Commission ( SEC ) investigation against [19659009exclusivedemonstrative-digitaltookingcompany was convicted by a US federal judge. A [1965012] document signed by District Judge P. Kevin Castel on New York Southern District Court said earlier this week that Durov will 19659002] "as needed on 7 or 8 …

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Hackers are massively searching for Docker vulnerabilities to dismantle Monero's cryptocurrency

A hacking group reportedly mass-scanned the Internet to use the Enterprise sandbox software Docker to search for vulnerable ports on systems to lower the cryptocurrency Scans started over the weekend identify vulnerabilities malicious actors can inject malicious code that implements a cryptocurrency miner on a company's Docker instances, ZDNet reports. These scans create a container with an Alpine Linux image …

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TikTok denies suspending makeup tutorial teen for raising awareness of China's detention camps

Credit:         Feroza Aziz on TikTok A 17-year-old Muslim girl on TikTok has been uploading now-viral makeup tutorials, but with a political twist. In a video shared by "@getmefamouspartthree," Feroza Aziz seemingly gives tips on how to lengthen your lashes by telling users to grab a phone call to "China's Muslim Concentration Camps" – detention of approximately 1 million Uighur people …

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The sixth mass extinction already claimed its first victims: humans

Nine human species lived on Earth 300,000 years ago. Now there is only one left. The Neanderthals, Homo neanderthalensis were stocky hunters, adapted to the cold steppes of Europe. The related Denisovans inhabited Asia, while the more primitive Homo erectus lived in Indonesia and Homo rhodesiensis in Central Africa] Homo naledi in South Africa, Homo luzonensis on the Philippines, Homo …

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Facebook's only Dutch fact-checker to give up on political advertising release | technology

Facebook's sole Dutch fact checker has abandoned the social network's refusal to expose political lies as false. The online newspaper Nu.nl has been the only Facebook Facebook Factcheck partner in the Netherlands since last year's retirement. The sole responsibility for flagging Facebook and Instagram message content to Dutch users is false or misleading to support social networking tools to suppress …

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Our DNA can now prove how (un) intelligent we are

It is common knowledge that some areas in the UK are poorer than others. These include Wales and northern Britain, where coal used to be mined. Now, we have found that these regional economic inequalities are also consistent with regional differences in DNA – with people increasingly grouped by specific types of genes. Genetic clustering has existed in all previous …

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This allows you to focus the content of your brand on people

The content may consist of words, images, code, and videos. But good content also consists of a kind of human connection – it addresses a concern, intervenes in an emotion, or connects through some kind of commonality. Content is created by people and for people (sorry, I think that sounds very much like Abraham Lincoln-y), so people should always be …

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Facebook's only fact checker for Dutch news releases because of political advertising controversy

Yesterday, the Dutch digital newspaper NU.nl, the only partner of Facebook, broke off its connection to the social network and published a blog post written by Gert-Jaap Heokman, NU.nls publisher has been. Commander-in-Chief asks, "What good is it to fight false news if you can not act against politicians?" to allow political ads to contain misinformation. However, Facebook insists that …

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