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#1 Facebook is a law-breaking “digital gangster,” UK government report says | Ars Technica

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UK shouldn't let Facebook "evade all editorial responsibility," lawmakers say.

#socialmedia #socialinformationprocessing #photosharing #facebook #worldwideweb #operatingsystems #software


#2 Instagram posts land former Trump confidant into deeper legal trouble - The Verge

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Last night, former Donald Trump adviser Roger Stone posted an image on Instagram of the federal judge presiding over his case that displayed a crosshairs logo in the background near her head. Now, that same judge is calling for Stone t... (continued)

#instagram #rogerstone #theapprentice #rightwingpopulismintheunitedstates #donaldtrump #climatechangeskepticismanddenial #americanpeopleofgermandescent #businesspeople #operatingsystems #software



#4 Jack Dorsey's latest idea for editable tweets sounds promising

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey recently described a possible implementation of an edit button that would let you clarify or annotate a tweet you've already posted.

#dorsey #tweet #jackdorsey #twitter #textmessaging #realtimeweb #microblogging #socialmedia #socialnetworkingservices #technology #software #operatingsystems


#5 Microsoft Teams has been down for two hours - The Verge

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Microsoft Teams, the company’s Slack competitor, is currently experiencing an outage. Microsoft Teams is down and has been unavailable for more than two hours. Microsoft is looking into the connectivity issues.

#microsoftmobile #windowsphone #slack #microsoft #microsoftteams #microsoftoffice #applicationsoftware #operatingsystems #computing #software


#6 Android Q may change the back button to a gesture - The Verge

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Android’s back button might be going away entirely. It could be replaced with a quick swipe to the left starting from the home button. XDA has also seen that swiping to the right from the home button could more quickly switch to your p... (continued)

#android #pushbutton #switch #applicationsoftware #smartphones #computerarchitecture #computing #operatingsystems


#7 An auto-tuned cat convinced me to download an audio processing app - The Verge

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The app used to auto-tune the cat is called Voloco — a free iOS and Android app for pitch processing that has been around for a couple of years.

#ios7 #ios11 #android #autotune #ios #smartphones #computing #computerarchitecture #operatingsystems


#8 The UK’s blistering Facebook report has a good recommendation — for the UK - The Verge

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It’s time for a real investigation into foreign interference in our elections

#theverge #socialmedia #socialinformationprocessing #photosharing #facebook #worldwideweb #operatingsystems #software


#9 Why Foursquare refuses to sell user data - The Verge

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Foursquare CEO Jeff Glueck discusses the ethics of companies that track their users’ movements and Foursquare’s goal of helping its customers become less reliant on mapping companies like Google.

#draftfoursquare #google #foursquare #geosocialnetworking #digitalmedia #operatingsystems #software


#10 Facebook faces regulation in UK, elsewhere - Recode

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The UK’s Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee called Facebook a "digital gangster" — but it’s not the only group of regulators out for blood.

#socialinformationprocessing #facebook #socialmedia #photosharing #worldwideweb #operatingsystems #software