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Perspective | Nobody reads privacy policies. This senator wants lawmakers to stop pretending we do.

Perspective | Nobody reads privacy policies. This senator wants lawmakers to stop pretending we do.

So I was intrigued when Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) called me recently to say he wants lawmakers to stop pretending like we do. “Nobody reads the small print,” he said. “You end up giving up far too much data.” Congress has been debating a consumer privacy law since before there were Web browsers, but the …

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Tim Cook

Apple accused of ‘hostile’ app fee policies

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Apple’s chief executive will address app-makers at its online WWDC conference next week Apple is facing mounting calls to reconsider its App Store rules, from the creators of the apps themselves. Dozens have used the term “hostile” to describe how they perceive it treats its third-party developer community. The …

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Analysis | The Technology 202: President Trump's conspiracy theories are putting pressure on Twitter to change its policies

Analysis | The Technology 202: President Trump’s conspiracy theories are putting pressure on Twitter to change its policies

with Tonya Riley President Trump keeps pushing the boundaries on Twitter.  Trump once again yesterday promoted a baseless conspiracy theory on his favorite social media platform. He suggested that 75-year-old Martin Gugino, a Buffalo activist injured after police pushed him to the ground at a protest, was a member of antifa. Trump has repeatedly said …

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Mark Zuckerberg Promises Reviews of Several Facebook Policies

Mark Zuckerberg Promises Reviews of Several Facebook Policies

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg waited until late Friday to address a week of criticism, both internal and external, over his refusal to act on posts from President Donald Trump, and that response was mostly, “We’re going to review.” To recap, Trump posted on Facebook and Twitter last Tuesday, claiming that mail-in ballots will not be …

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Has Your Business Distributed COVID-19 Policies to Employees Yet?

Has Your Business Distributed COVID-19 Policies to Employees Yet?

Has Your Business Distributed COVID-19 Policies to Employees Yet? Everyone is looking forward to the end of COVID-19 and life returning to normal. Right now the new “normal” is trying to find Clorox wipes and toilet paper at Costco while maintaining proper social distance. Home school became a reality overnight and employees scrambled to set …

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Google’s New Political Ad Policies & This Week’s News [PODCAST]

Google’s New Political Ad Policies & This Week’s News [PODCAST]

We dissect all the digital marketing news you missed this week on Marketing O’Clock, part of the Search Engine Journal Podcast Network. Greg Finn and Christine “Shep” Zirneheld will get you up-to-date on the latest PPC, SEO, and social media marketing news before the weekend. How to write a recipe blog: 1. Explain your entire …

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Mobile App Privacy Policies: Your Personal Privacy at Stake

Throughout the Summer of 2019, our social feeds got a facelift as friends and celebrities posted aged pictures or selfies of themselves. FaceApp, a free photo editing app, uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to apply several quirky filters to the photos you upload from your mobile device’s camera roll. It quickly went viral, becoming one …

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Twitter’s Speech Policies Shouldn’t Be a Campaign Issue

Senator Kamala Harris has a message for Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey: It’s past time to eject President Trump, America’s Tweeter in Chief, from the platform. On Tuesday, the presidential hopeful penned a letter to Dorsey pointing to several recent Trump tweets, including the now-infamous “Civil War” tweet and several targeting the whistle-blower and House Intelligence …

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Why Microsoft won’t unplug government agencies despite opposition to Trump policies – GeekWire

Microsoft President Brad Smith speaking about his new book ‘Tools and Weapons’ at Seattle’s Town Hall. (GeekWire Photo / Kevin Lisota) A new wave of employee activism is forcing tech companies to rethink — and in several cases cancel — contracts with the federal government because of some of President Donald Trump’s controversial policies. While …

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Google Ads Introduces New Policies for Certain Types of Medical Ads

Google is introducing a new policy to prohibit ads for unproven or experimental medical techniques. Examples of such techniques, as stated by Google, include stem cell therapy, cellular (non-stem) therapy, and gene therapy. This new policy will prohibit ads selling treatments that have no established biomedical or scientific basis. In addition, ads for treatments with …

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