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Facebook to use snail mail to verify US election ads Despite all the talk about using artificial intelligence and machine learning in future, social media giant Facebook says it will take recourse to snail mail…
Fair Work Ombudsman launches instant translation service Australia’s Fair Work Ombudsman has updated its service to provide what it says is instant translation of website content including fact sheets, information guides and…
US judge rules embedding tweet can violate copyright A judge in a New York district court has ruled that embedding a tweet on a web page could be a violation of copyright, overlooking…
UK says it has tech to detect 'terrorist content' online The British Home Office has announced that it has developed new technology that will be able to automatically detect what it calls "terrorist content" on…
Greens say net neutrality inquiry needed in Australia The Australian Greens claim that an inquiry into net neutrality is needed to ensure that Australians are guaranteed access to a free and open Internet.
Obstacles to workplace monitoring lowest in Australia: survey Australia is the easiest place for workplace monitoring among 15 mostly Western countries surveyed, the security firm Forcepoint says, based on data collected by the…
YouTube tightens screws further on channel owners YouTube has announced further restrictions on the use of the site beyond the existing rules for striking channel owners off when videos deemed unsuitable are…
India fines Google for abuse of Web search dominance The Competition Commission of India, the country's anti-trust watchdog, has fined Google 135.86 crore rupees (about US$21.1 million) for "abusing its dominant position in online…
YouTube recommends extreme videos to users: report The algorithm used by YouTube to recommend videos related to one that a user is viewing appears to often lead to conspiracy theories, partisan viewpoints…
Sydneysiders come out against 24-hour surveillance: survey A survey that covered 10 cities in the Americas, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region has revealed that residents of Sydney are strongly against 24-hour surveillance,…

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