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The feature is a new way to remove annoying -- or possibly embarrassing -- content that keeps popping up in the "Continue Watching" row.
Netflix Subscribers Rejoice Over “Remove From Row” Feature – Deadline

The rise in fake lawmaker accounts challenges upstart network's push to become a contender.
GOP officials flock to Parler social network. So do their trolls and impostors. - POLITICO

Geet, who has three channels, is among millions of Indians anguished over a ban on Chinese-made apps.
Geet: Indian TikTok star faces uncertain future after app ban - BBC News

Jau Tang says replacing fossil fuels with plasma-generating microwaves could slash major sources of our carbon emissions from things like air travel.
This Scientist Says He’s Built a Jet Engine That Turns Electricity Directly Into Thrust

The mystery craft sports a curious array of antennas. These turn out to be a key tool for a mission targeting illegal maritime activity.
Update: What We Know Now About Mystery Florida Spy Craft

The video streaming platform Twitch suspended Trump's channel, while Reddit banned a forum popular with his supporters.
Twitch, Reddit crack down on Trump-linked content as industry faces reckoning - POLITICO

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"People who make spreadsheets, people who make weather apps, people who just wanted to create family tree websites, all of them are being bought out, are being subverted, are being corrupted."
VICE - Snowden: Tech Workers Are Complicit in How Their Companies Hurt Society

It's the largest city on the East Coast to ban the technology.
Boston votes to ban government use of facial recognition - CNET

These phony friends of consumers fail to acknowledge that the cost of solar power has declined drastically and that the wind and solar industries will create thousands of good, local jobs.
Ignore the charlatans who say clean energy is too expensive | Opinion -

A false facial recognition match led police to detain the wrong person, the first false arrest based on the technology in the US, the ACLU alleges.
ACLU Filed Complaint Amid First Known False Facial Recognition Arrest

A university that says it can scan faces to predict if someone is a criminal has come under fire.
Facial recognition to 'predict criminals' sparks row over AI bias - BBC News

In what may be the first known case of its kind, a faulty facial recognition match led to a Michigan man’s arrest for a crime he did not commit.
Wrongfully Accused by an Algorithm - The New York Times

In courts across the country, EFF has been arguing that the police cannot constitutionally require you to unlock your phone or give them your password, and today the Indiana Supreme Court issued a strong opinion agreeing with us. In the case, Seo v. State, the court found that the Fifth Amendment...
Victory: Indiana Supreme Court Rules that Police Can’t Force Smartphone User to Unlock Her Phone | Electronic Frontier Foundation

In a closely watched case, Facebook lost an appeal related to charges that it has violated competition laws by abusing its dominance in social media.
Facebook Loses Antitrust Decision in Germany Over Data Collection - The New York Times

Twitter place a label on another one of President Donald Trump's tweets Tuesday, concluding it violated its rules about "abusive behavior."
Twitter Slaps Label Trump Tweet For Violating “Abusive Behavior” Rules – Deadline

Police departments have been sharing information about COVID-19, George Floyd protesters, and even tweets critical of the police.
Hackers just leaked sensitive files from over 200 police departments that are searchable by badge number

Scorecards released by House Foreign Affairs Committee ranking member Michael McCaul (R-Texas) on Wednesday accused Twitter, Facebook and YouTube of not taking adequate steps to limit the spread of Chinese disinformation and propaganda.

The scorecards graded the three social media giants on whether they labeled state-sponsored media outlets on their sites, blocked Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials from having verified accounts, fact-checked posts and initiated comprehensive removal of CCP propaganda and disinformation.
House Republican accuses Facebook, Twitter, YouTube of not doing enough to combat Chinese propaganda | TheHill


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