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Google rests its case in French dispute over online content

Google rests its case in French dispute over online content

France's antitrust authority confirmed that Alphabet subsidiary Google has pledged to settle a national copyright issue. According to the antitrust authority, Google decided not to fight a $528 million punishment paid last year. The ruling puts an end to the authority's probe into Google, which ... Read more

date11 days ago
EU wants big tech to address deepfakes or face consequences

EU wants big tech to address deepfakes or face consequences

According to an EU document obtained by Reuters, Google, Facebook, Twitter, and other tech giants will have to combat deepfakes and fake accounts or face heavy fines under a revised European Union code of practice. As part of its war on false news, the European Commission will release a revised ... Read more

date19 days ago
A second probe into Google’s ad practices launched by Britain

A second probe into Google’s ad practices launched by Britain

A second probe into Google's Advertising practices was launched by British Competition Regulators on Thursday, indicating that the tech giant may be favoring its own services by distorting competition. The competition and market authority (CMA) recent probe follows up on the investigation into F... Read more

date1 month ago
Meta gifts its Jest JavaScript test framework to OpenJS Foundation

Meta gifts its Jest JavaScript test framework to OpenJS Foundation

The popular Jest JavaScript test framework will now flourish as a community-led project. Meta is transferring its open source JavaScript testing framework, Jest, to the OpenJS Foundation. Jest is one of Meta's top open source projects. It has become the "most used" tool for testing JavaScript pr... Read more

date2 months ago
Facebook’s eCommerce initiative struggles

Facebook’s eCommerce initiative struggles

Meta Platforms, Facebook's parent company, isn't making as much headway on eCommerce as staff expected when the pandemic hit, according to The Wall Street Journal. Several retailers aren't thrilled about it. Retailers have expressed their dissatisfaction with the service, claiming that it lacks... Read more

date2 months ago
Meta intends to monetize Metaverse, and creators aren’t happy

Meta intends to monetize Metaverse, and creators aren’t happy

The Metaverse will likely be monetized; something creators do not like. Meta (previously called Facebook) recently announced its initial plans to enable content creators or digital creators to monetize Horizon Worlds – a potential Metaverse platform. Meta’s planned market share for various c... Read more

date3 months ago
Meta receives a new draft decision on its EU-U.S. data transfers

Meta receives a new draft decision on its EU-U.S. data transfers

"This is not a final decision," a spokesperson for the tech giant was quick to comment. Facebook has received a “revised” preliminary decision from its lead EU privacy regulator this week. The decision could have implications for its ability to continue to export user data to the US. This i... Read more

date4 months ago
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