With Elon Musk's acquisition of Twitter looming, it seems like the latter is reviewing its policies around perma-bans. It's unclear if this is related to Musk's recent criticism of the policy though.
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Microsoft has announced four U.S.-centric initiatives to foster a healthy culture at its workplace. These include removing non-compete clauses for almost all employee and increasing pay transparency.
Microsoft Edge has a new release in the Stable channel in the form of version 102. Although it includes some new policies and security patches, there are surprisingly no feature updates to speak of.
Apple has updated its App Store policies to allow developers to charge you more for auto-renewing subscriptions under specific circumstances without your prior, explicit approval for the price hike.
Supported by Mozilla, the NYU Ad Observatory will testify in Congress today, emphasizing the need for better laws for researchers. Its study on political ads was banned by Facebook over a month ago.
President Joe Biden is expected to issue a new executive order in the coming days urging the FTC to draft new policies on "right to repair". The EU previously introduced such rules.
In Q4 2020, Facebook saw a decrease in hate speech prevalence and other content which violates its policies, such as adult nudity. This was driven by modifications to its content moderation systems.
Twitter has once again updated its platform policies to prohibit hate speech that dehumanizes people based on race, ethnicity, and national origin. Repeat offenders may get their accounts suspended.
Starting today, Twitter is going to battle hateful conduct on the platform vigorously. The new policies put in place will regulate and take down Tweets that promote hate against any religious group.
In order to make it easier for policymakers to efficiently develop effective and robust laws against cybercrimes, Microsoft has published a white paper titled "Cybersecurity Policy Framework".
A series of security, performance, and user experience changes have been recently highlighted for IT professionals and enterprise administrators running Edge and IE11 in their organizations.
Leaked emails have revealed that MPAA got cold feet just three months out from the introduction of a government scheme to send movie pirates in the UK a warning via their ISP when they steal content.
Microsoft is being investigated by EU data protection regulators for potential privacy issues, this time for changing the policies around Internet based services such as Hotmail and Bing.
Imagine walking down the street and seeing your face on an advert for an embarrassing ailment. Well, you might not have to imagine, if changes to Instagram's privacy policies come into effect.
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VMware has slammed Microsoft's virtualization licensing and distribution policies as restrictive and anti-competitive. In a multi-page white paper posted Monday on its Web site, the Palo Alto, Calif. leading virtualization software company came out swinging,...
Will the United States remain a world leader in technology and science amid growing global competition? That question was a recurring one at Google's headquarters, where the heads of influential technology companies, including...
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Yahoo! is tapping its millions of instant messaging users in hopes of ending what it says is a trend among corporate technology managers to ban the popular product at work. The Web...
With the LiveWire program now discontinued, Creative Labs have made some major changes to its drivers support, althogh the Live range will continue to be supported. Creative said a while back that the...