After yet another quarter of stagnating growth, Twitter has decided to reinvent itself in the iOS store. It’s now found under the ‘News’ section and is no longer classified as a ‘Social Networking’ app alongside the likes of Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest. … [Read more...] about Twitter changes its App Store category from ‘Social Networking’ to ‘News’
In a statement to the regulator, TikTok said it outsourced data storage to third parties only when needed but that it regretted not properly informing users of this. The company added that it would improve the way it handles user data going forward. … [Read more...] about South Korean regulator fines TikTok over mishandling child data
There are almost enough dedicated vlogging cameras for every YouTuber to have their own dedicated model, but the latest addition to the field, the Panasonic G100, brings something new to the table – some nifty voice-tracking audio. (We've already had some hands-on time with the G100 – to read our thoughts head to our hands-on: Panasonic G100 review). … [Read more...] about Panasonic G100 is a tiny vlogging camera with one very clever audio trick
You'll be able tune into the six-hour broadcast via the website or digital radio, though Junction 2 also says "you'll also have the option of joining through your favorite social media platforms". So if you fancy discovering your next favorite electronic artist, it should be well worth tuning in – particularly as the event will be raising money for charities including Black Lives Matter and Refuge. … [Read more...] about Best virtual festivals 2020: from Lost Horizon to Wireless Connect
This week. This is a problem. And they’re once again trying to explain to me that they have this carve-out. Nick Clegg, their head of global policy, who is not from the United States — this is the problem when the global platforms talk about human rights but don’t think about civil rights. It means that they don’t understand the unique nuances of individual countries: the inside of a country, maybe the historical impacts of attacks on certain religious minorities, or the unique attacks on racial minorities, or the fights maybe that women have had around gender equality that relate to the civil nature of a country that makes nuances around voice and conversation not benign. That there’s not just a kind of baseline for everything. … [Read more...] about How far will Facebook go to address their civil rights audit?