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„A dozen Amazon workers told CNBC they’re terrified to go to work during the pandemic, while others have expressed frustration over how their employer has handled the situation. – Warehouse workers and delivery drivers say they’re forced to choose between going to work and risking their health or staying home and not being able to pay their bills. – At some facilities, essential supplies like hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes are rationed or there’s none available, leaving workers at risk of catching the coronavirus.“


„Amazon Workers In At Least 10 Warehouses Test Positive For Coronavirus – Amazon workers in at least 10 U.S. warehouses have tested positive for coronavirus, marking an escalation at the company that could endanger the health of its workforce as well as its ability to deliver food and other household staples to millions of Americans unable to leave their homes. … Hundreds of Amazon employees have signed a petition calling for childcare, hazard pay and paid sick leave. They have also called for the closure of any facility where an employee has tested positive for the coronavirus until it can be sanitized and employees can be tested for the virus.“


Zoom sendet Daten an Facebook

Zoom iOS App Sends Data to Facebook Even if You Don’t Have a Facebook Account – Zoom’s privacy policy isn’t explicit about the data transfer to Facebook at all. – This sort of data transfer is not uncommon, especially for Facebook; plenty of apps use Facebook’s software development kits (SDK) as a means to implement features into their apps more easily, which also has the effect of sending information to Facebook. But Zoom users may not be aware it is happening, nor understand that when they use one product, they may be providing data to another service altogether.“


UPDATE: „Zoom Removes Code That Sends Data to Facebook – The change comes after Motherboard found the Zoom iOS app was sending analytics information to Facebook when users opened the app.“


iOS 13.3.1 hat einen VPN-Bug

„Unpatched iOS Bug Blocks VPNs From Encrypting All Traffic – A currently unpatched security vulnerability affecting iOS 13.3.1 or later prevents virtual private networks (VPNs) from encrypting all traffic and can lead to some Internet connections bypassing VPN encryption to expose users‘ data or leak their IP addresses. – While connections made after connecting to a VPN on your iOS device are not affected by this bug, all previously established connections will remain outside the VPN’s secure tunnel as ProtonVPN disclosed.“

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Block.one investiert in Voice

Block.one invests $150M in its social media app Voice to fund independent operations – Voice, the social media app launched by Block.one, has received $150 million from its parent company – Voice was built on a special-purpose blockchain based on the EOSIO protocol … The $150 million consists of $100 million in cash and $50 million in IP assets, a Block.one spokesperson told The Block. … According to Voice’s website, the use of blockchain-based tokens is said to make the content promotion process more transparent and auditable. However, the app, which is currently available, was built on a purpose-made EOSIO blockchain instead of the EOS public blockchain, according to Zalatimo.“

The Block

„Where truth has a voice. – In a post-truth era where misinformation is all we’ve known, we need a platform to amplify transparency and authenticity. A place where truth will power us forward. Say hello to Voice.“