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Facebook shares its sexual harassment policy
The company made its policy on handling harassment and bullying public to help smaller companies.
[CNN Money]

Jeremy Hunt is right. Please, Facebook, leave our kids alone | Gaby Hinsliff
The company has just launched Messenger Kids in the US. We may be smartphone addicts, but that doesn’t mean we want our kids to get hooked too Remember candy cigarettes? They were a sweetshop staple when I was growing up: thin white sticks of chalky candy, stacked in a carton to look just like (...)
[The Guardian]

EU warns tech firms: remove extremist content faster or be regulated
European commission tells Facebook, Google, YouTube, Twitter and others that legislation is being considered if self-regulation continues to fail The European Commission has warned Facebook, Google, YouTube, Twitter and other internet technology companies that they must do more to stem the (...)
[The Guardian]

Google Pixelbook review: the king of Chromebooks is pricy but first rate
Google’s newest computer offering is an exquisite piece of hardware running a limited but improving operating system. Is that enough for £999? With the Pixelbook, Google is asking whether a Chromebook with high-end laptop features, which runs Android apps and can become a tablet by folding in (...)
[The Guardian]

Conservative Weekly Standard to aid in Facebook fact-checks, prompting outcry
Magazine dubbed ‘serial misinformer’ becomes first explicitly partisan organization to aid in task, fueling concerns over rightwing influence at site A conservative news organization has been approved to partner with Facebook to fact-check false news, drawing criticisms that the social media (...)
[The Guardian]

Will tech firms challenge China's 'open' internet?
Big names like Apple and Facebook were talking about China's internet in Wuzhen this week.
[BBC News]

Will tech firms challenge China's 'open' internet?
Big names like Apple and Facebook were talking about China's internet in Wuzhen this week.
[BBC]

Mark Zuckerberg taking parental leave for the month of December
‘I’m going to take advantage of Facebook’s option to take leave in parts,’ said the Facebook CEO, whose second daughter was born in August of this year Mark Zuckerberg is taking parental leave for the month of December, the Facebook CEO announced Saturday. Continue (...)
[The Guardian]

Is the worst finally over for Snapchat?
One Wall Street analyst thinks people are too negative on the Snapchat story. There is room for Snapchat to coexist with Facebook and Google. Ad revenue could soon pick up. And don't forget the big investment from China's Tencent.
[CNN Money]

Jeremy Hunt hits out at Facebook kids' app
The health secretary told the social network to "stay away from my kids" with its app for under-13s.
[BBC]

Jeremy Hunt hits out at Facebook kids' app
The health secretary told the social network to "stay away from my kids" with its app for under-13s.
[BBC News]

Jeremy Hunt attacks Facebook over app aimed at children
‘Stay away from my kids,’ health secretary tells US social media platform after trial of new service designed for under 13s Jeremy Hunt has publicly attacked Facebook for releasing a version of its Messenger app aimed at children, and called on the social media company to “stay away from my kids”. (...)
[The Guardian]

Facebook bans women for posting 'men are scum' after harassment scandals
Comedian Marcia Belsky’s 30 day ban for response to misogynistic abuse directed at friend prompts protest resulting in hundreds of suspensions In the wake of the multiple sexual harassment and abuse scandals across the globe, Facebook has been suspending women for “hate speech” against men after (...)
[The Guardian]

Snapchat boss Evan Spiegel on the app that made him one of the world's youngest billionaires
With Facebook snapping at his heels, the Snap Inc founder needs to offer something more than selfies with a dog’s ears. He explains why his relaunched app could have the answer to fake news and filter bubbles If you spend enough time in the tech industry, certain cultural touchstones become (...)
[The Guardian]

Tech firms fail to stop abusive content – leaving the public to do the dirty work
As harmful material continues to appear on sites like YouTube and Facebook, companies rely on journalists and citizens to flag it – and the system is failing The viral YouTube videos featured screaming children being tortured, conspiracy theorists taunting mass shooting victims and webcam (...)
[The Guardian]

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