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Tumblr content remains censored in iOS app

Tumblr content remains censored in iOS app

Not all of Tumblr's content is visible in its iOS application. Under the terms of the Apple App Store, the blogging platform is required to block sensitive content. Appl App Store terms dictate that content can be flagged for censorship. As a result, content accessable on Tumblr's web platform i... Read more

date9 months ago
‘Trump is making it easier to sue social media platforms’

‘Trump is making it easier to sue social media platforms’

The law that protects social media outlets such as Twitter from lawsuits due to user content is likely to be revised on Thursday at the request of U.S. President Donald Trump. As a result, the platforms could be held liable for all user-posted material. Earlier this week, Twitter tagge... Read more

date2 years ago
Vice President Mike Pence: Google must stop Project Dragonfly

Vice President Mike Pence: Google must stop Project Dragonfly

US vice president Mike Pence wants Google to stop developing Project Dragonfly. On Thursday, Pence suggested that Google should immediately stop censoring the version of its search engine that would be under development for the Chinese market. That's what Pence told us during a discussion at the con... Read more

date4 years ago
Google recognizes exist secret Dragonfly project

Google recognizes exist secret Dragonfly project

Representatives of a number of large tech companies appeared before an American Senate committee. They talked about data privacy and concerns about consumer protection. Google sent his new privacy chief Ketih Enright to the hearing, and he received several questions about the rumors that Google is w... Read more

date4 years ago
“In the future, there will be a Chinese and an American Internet.

“In the future, there will be a Chinese and an American Internet.

Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google, predicts that the Internet will eventually be split into two parts. Last night he spoke at the Village Global VC and came to an interesting conclusion. Within a decade, the Internet would be divided into a Chinese and an American part. I think the most likely scen... Read more

date4 years ago
Google’s Chinese search engine contributes to active censorship

Google’s Chinese search engine contributes to active censorship

Google has developed a prototype for a search engine suitable for the Chinese market. The search engine links jobs to personal phone numbers, making it easier for the Chinese government to keep an eye on users. The search engine, called Dragonfly, is designed for Android devices. This automatically ... Read more

date4 years ago