Twitter plans to rollout ‘undo send’ feature for paying users

Twitter plans to rollout ‘undo send’ feature for paying users

Twitter is testing a feature that would give users an ‘undo send' function that allows a tweet to be withdrawn before it is posted. Jane Manchun Wong, who finds unannounced social media features and is an app researcher, found the feature in the sites' code. The animation shows a tweet...

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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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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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SolarWinds hack compromised Homeland Security

SolarWinds hack compromised Homeland Security

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is one of America's three major federal agencies that has been targeted by a cyberattack early this year. IT company SolarWinds served more than 300,000 customers, and this includes several federal and state agencies in the United States. Around 33,000 of its customers were...

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Christchurch Terrorist attack: NZ YouTube and Social Media may acquire new content censorships

Christchurch Terrorist attack: NZ YouTube and Social Media may acquire new content censorships

PM Ardern had announced to the nation of New Zealand that the Royal Commission’s Inquiry into the March 15 Christchurch terror attacks could pose new YouTube and social media censorship. A statement by the PM reads: “Before concluding, I want to remark briefly on the role of social media. You...

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Video platform YouTube goes down worldwide

Video platform YouTube goes down worldwide

Video platform YouTube seems to be having issues loading videos. Some have reported not being able to load the website. YouTube confirmed that there was an issue and they are working to fix it. If you’re having trouble watching videos on YouTube right now, you’re not alone – our team...

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Impressive ad of new comment feature released

Impressive ad of new comment feature released

An impressive advertisement was released on October 28 showing off the new managed comment platform made by thisquality, which allows any reader to comment on an article and join the discussion with others. thisquality is aiming to give a free for all comment system which tracks no personal data except...

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Facebook apologises to thisquality after removing advertising

Facebook apologises to thisquality after removing advertising

Facebook has since apologised after removing thisquality from advertising programs on its platform after accordingly running ads that did not comply with their advertising policies or other standards. Facebook confirmed without much description, after thisquality filed a legal request for comment, that the removal was a mistake on their end....

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Facebook removes thisquality from advertising

Facebook removes thisquality from advertising

Facebook has removed thisquality for advertising on its platform after accordingly running ads that do not comply with their advertising policies or other standards. The temporary removal is most likely from an admin that created an advertisement as a text question that said: “What makes news ‘real' for you?”.  Source:...

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