Microsoft looks to track every single piece of content online

Microsoft looks to track every single piece of content online

Microsoft is looking to track and locate almost every bit of content ever posted on the internet to its original author or creator. The tech giant teamed up with a number of other giants and media companies, which has created a system of tracing all content online. A press release states...

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Newspaper Company files Antitrust Lawsuit against Google and Facebook

Newspaper Company files Antitrust Lawsuit against Google and Facebook

A West Virginia newspaper company that operates many papers in its area is filing an antitrust lawsuit against Google and Facebook. Abolition of local newspapers across the country are struggling due to alleged anticompetitive business practices that the Big Tech companies enforce. HD Media Company filed the lawsuit this week...

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Facebook will no longer recommend Political Pages, Groups or Figures

Facebook will no longer recommend Political Pages, Groups or Figures

Facebook CEO Mark  Zuckerberg announced on Wednesday that the company would no longer recommend Political Pages, Groups or Figures to its users. Following the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, civic and political groups will no longer show up in recommended boxes to users while scrolling through newsfeeds,...

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Around 78,000 Facebook and Instagram accounts removed

Around 78,000 Facebook and Instagram accounts removed

More than 78,000 Facebook and Instagram accounts were removed for posting QAnon content, including ‘militarised social movements’ since August 2020. Facebook said in a statement: “From August to November 30, 2020, we removed about 3,200 Pages, 18,800 groups, 100 events, 23,300 Facebook profiles and 7,400 Instagram accounts for violating our policy...

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Parler back online in-light of Big Tech Censorship, with CEO message

Parler back online in-light of Big Tech Censorship, with CEO message

Parler, the website that has been censored by Big Tech has appeared to come back online on January 17. A message from its CEO, John Matze, wrote on a landing page: “Hello world, is this thing on?” Parler had likely found a new hosting service following Amazon Web Services, kicking...

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Leaked video shows Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey talking about recent ban wave

Leaked video shows Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey talking about recent ban wave

Project Veritas leaked a video showing the CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, talking to his team about the recent Twitter ban wave of over 70,000 accounts.     Image/Video: Project Veritas

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Twitter shares drop a drastic amount, by 12 percent following Trump ban

Twitter shares drop a drastic amount, by 12 percent following Trump ban

Twitter shares have dropped a drastic amount since Twitter banned the United States President, Donald J. Trump, on Monday. On January 6 protestors stormed the Capitol in Washington, D.C. causing the Electoral College Certification for Candidate Joe Biden to be halted. Trump tweeted a video telling the protestors to go...

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Boston Dynamics Robots make some moves on the dance floor

Boston Dynamics Robots make some moves on the dance floor

Boston Dynamics released a new video to celebrate the new year, featuring humanoid ATLAS, Spot (yellow dog) and the box-juggling Handle dancing to “Do You Love Me.” The team at BD writes, “Our whole crew got together to celebrate the start of what we hope will be a happier year:...

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Fishers reminded to download Fishing Rules App, Fisheries NZ says

Fishers reminded to download Fishing Rules App, Fisheries NZ says

Fisheries New Zealand is starting a brand new campaign for this upcoming summer, to encourage fishers in following the rules in the area. National Manager Fisheries Compliance, Garreth Jay says his team is expecting a large influx of people going fishing over the next few months. “it’s important everyone does...

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Twitter will force users to remove COVID-19 conspiracy theories

Twitter will force users to remove COVID-19 conspiracy theories

Twitter is looking at forcing users to delete existing tweets containing COVID-19 conspiracy theories after vaccinations begin worldwide. The company will be enforcing its efforts to ‘tamper down’ any conspiracy that may arise related to the Coronavirus Pandemic that spreads misinformation or discourages people from getting the vaccine. New rules...

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